TNA’s VP of Programming & Talent Relations Bruce Prichard released

TNA’s Senior Vice President of Programming and Talent Relations, Bruce Prichard, was released from his position this week, making him the fourth to be gone from the company within a few days following the releases of Tara, DOC, and D’Lo Brown.

“TNA is headquartered in Nashville, and, as we move forward, our creative team and executive leadership will be here in Nashville with us,” said TNA President Dixie Carter. “Bruce’s dedication and passion for TNA and IMPACT Wrestling will be missed, and we thank him for the incredible work he has done for us. We wish him all the very best.”

Prichard joined TNA in October 2010 as a producer and then seven months later was promoted VP of Talent Relations. Just five months later he was given another promotion, the one he held up until his release.

He previously worked for WWE, holding several on-screen and executive positions between 1993 and 2008.

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