Dirty Dango signs new contract with TNA Wrestling

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He’s going to be with the company for the foreseeable future.

IMPACT Wrestling has formally reverted back to the TNA Wrestling branding. The current champions have received new championship belts ahead of TNA Hard To Kill on January 13th. 

One of the matches on the card is PCO versus Dirty Dango. While appearing on the Paltrocast With Darren Paltrowitz, Dango revealed that he signed a new contract with the company. He started off by saying he inked a one-year deal in January 2023 and just put pen to paper for another deal. 

As he was getting into specifics of the contract length, the audio began to cut out due to his connection. He would go on to say that being at TNA has made him fall back in love with wrestling.

I signed a year deal (with IMPACT), January of 2023? I think it was. So about a year ago, I signed a year deal and I just signed another (audio lag) contract which will be up… (audio cuts out). I just kind of told myself I’d wrestle until I’m 40 and then I was probably gonna ease up a bit but, like I tell everybody, it’s what I’ve done my whole life. I don’t know how to not be a wrestler and just being at TNA has made me really fall back in love with wrestling. There’s so many great guys, girls there… Just walking in the locker room there, it felt like a reunion because I’ve known everybody for years and I worked for TNA back in ‘03 so there’s some faces I’ve known for 20 years… The Johnny Swingers and I remember running into Scott D’Amore 20 years ago and great guys like (Alex) Shelley and Rhino, Tommy Dreamer and it’s one of the best locker rooms I’ve ever been in so, sometimes you go into a locker room, you don’t really know anybody and it’s not that much fun and this is one of those locker rooms you love flying out to and kind of catching up with everybody.

After TNA Hard To Kill concludes, POST Wrestling’s John Pollock and John Siino will be going live with a review of the show. There is going to be written coverage here on the site as well. 

If the quote in this article is used, please credit the Paltrocast With Darren Paltrowitz with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription.

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