The Two Man Power Trip of Wrestling passed along an interview with TNA star Robbie E where he discussed a number of topics including the financial issues with the company going public the week of the Bound For Glory PPV and negativity among wrestling fans.
Here are some highlights.
On the vibe backstage within TNA with financial issues going public:
“I think people think wrestlers read the internet more than they actually do. Maybe some do, but I’m just not a wrestler who does stuff like that. I don’t do like ‘internet stuff’ so I look at it all differently than other people do. I think (the) mood is always awesome at TNA. Why wouldn’t it be? We are getting paid to be wrestlers and we all live in nice houses and drive nice cars (at least I do) and why wouldn’t we all be in a good mood?”
Negativity among wrestling fans in 2016 about the possibility of TNA closing:
“The thing is do you know when I’ll worry about when TNA closes? When TNA closes. Until then, who cares? Over the past six years every other month people are saying it is closing and why are you saying this? The thing is in 2016, I guess, it’s just cool because it’s not just TNA it is just what people do in general and it is be negative and it is cool for them to do. People just bash stuff and be negative and that sucks.”