Scott Fishman of The Miami Herald has an interview up with Ring of Honor’s Christopher Daniels where he talks about his recent departure from TNA Wrestling.

“Obviously I was disappointed when the regime change came around, and I guess they decided to downplay what I had done in the past and use me less. These are things that happen, and you kind of got to roll with the punches. When I got the call in March that they weren’t going to use me anymore. Again, I was disappointed. I thought it was a bad decision on their part, but it was a decision that they made. You try to roll with the punches and land on your feet.

I was fortunate to have a good relationship with Jim Cornette and with Adam Pearce, who was at Ring of Honor at the time and with [ROH owner] Cary Silkin. That was literally the first phone call I made was to get in touch with them and see if there was a position for me or to see if there was any interest in me rejoining Ring of Honor. Luckily, the answer was yes.”

Full interview:
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