Former TNA President Billy Corgan Discusses Past Meetings In the Promotion That Buried Wrestler

Former TNA President Billy Corgan Discusses Past Meetings In the Promotion That Buried Wrestler

Former TNA President Billy Corgan Discusses Past Meetings In the Promotion That Buried Wrestler

On Busted Open, current NWA owner Billy Corgan discussed many topics including his time as former president in TNA with meetings in where a wrestler would be buried by company officials.

Former TNA President and current NWA Owner Billy Corgan stopped by Busted Open Radio to talk pro wrestling, future plans with NWA, and some of his experiences while working in TNA/Impact. He discussed for TNA World Heavyweight Champion Magnus (real name Nick Aldis), and how the TNA officials would openly trash him during meetings.

"I sat in many TNA meetings where Nick [Aldis'] name came up and people in the company openly buried him," Corgan said. "And you would say this guy is in his prime - both as a performer and as a talent - and it was always about his attitude. People didn't want to work with him."

For Corgan, he’s never had any problems with Aldis since his joining with NWA and gave a possible reason why.

"Me personally, never had an issue," Corgan responded. "I've been friends with his wife, [Mickie James], for years so maybe that changed the tenor of the dynamic with working with him. So when the opportunity came up for him to be involved with the NWA, we jumped at it because we think he's a top tier talent."

Aldis is currently wrestling for NWA, where he defeated Tim Storm recently to win the World Heavyweight Championship back in December. Aldis worked for TNA between 2008 and 2015, with a brief return to the company in 2017. Aldis has noted in the past the reasoning for not resigning with the company, which included financial compensation and creative challenges.

He won the TNA World Heavyweight Championship one time in December of 2013.

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