D’Lo Brown is the latest to be given the pink slip by TNA Wrestling as the released continued.
“It is true that my employment with TNA has come to an end. I consider myself fortunate to have worked so closely with some of the best up and coming talent in the business. I also had the privilege to work closely with some of the greatest this industry has produced,” Brown wrote on his Twitter account.
This was Brown’s second stint with TNA after spending a year and a half with the company between 2003 and 2004. He returned in 2009 in the role of a road agent as well as leading the talent developmental division. Earlier this year he joined the Aces & Eights and he was revealed as the Vice President of the group.