– After months of being off TV, TNA has decided not to renew the contract of Hernandez. TNA has removed him from their roster page and added to the alumni section on the TNA website which confirms the release.
Hernandez has not appeared on TV in months. He has been with TNA since 2003.
– Here is your pro wrestling history of the day:
Former WWE, WCW & TNA wrestler Jimmy Yang turns 33 today.
1975: Jake Roberts makes his pro wrestling debut.
1984: Rick Martel defeated Jumbo Tsuruta to win the AWA World Title.
1994: Mikey Whipwreck defeated The Pitbull (Gary Wolfe) to win the ECW Television Title in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at an ECW TV Taping.
1995: ECW held “Enter Sandman” at the ECW Arena, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and in the main event saw ECW World Tag Team Champions The Public Enemy (Johnny Grunge and Rocco Rock) defeated The Pitbulls (#1 and #2) in a double dog collar match to retain the titles.
2002: Trish Stratus defeated Jazz to win the WWE Women’s Title on Raw.
2004: NWA-TNA announced they would debut on Fox Sports Net with their first ever series called TNA Impact.
2007: TNA Sacrifice was held at the Impact Zone, in Orlando, Florida. 900 were in attendance to see Kurt Angle defeated Sting, & Christian Cage to win the World Heavyweight Title.
2012: TNA Sacrifice was held at the Impact Zone, in Orlando, Florida. There was 1,100 in attendance to see Bobby Roode defeated Rob Van Dam in a Ladder Match to retain the TNA World Title.
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