TNA Debuts New Mexican Masked Wrestler, Injury Update On Jeff Jarrett, More

— A doctor has diagnosed Jeff Jarrett with badly bruised ribs, not broken as originally stated by Kurt Angle on Twitter following their “Ultra Male Rules” Two Out Of Three Falls Steel Cage Match at TNA Lockdown.

— TNA Women’s Knockout Champion Mickie James is advertised to appear for Covey Promotions’ “All or Nothing 5” event on Saturday, April 30 in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia (located at BSHS Gym, 149 Concorde Avenue, Berkeley Springs, West Virginia 25411).

— Sangriento, a masked wrestler hailing from Tijuana, Mexico, made his TNA Wrestling debut on last night’s episode of TNA Xplosion on Challenge TV.

Sangriento participated in a Three-Way Match against Chris Sabin and Jay Lethal. The masked luchador pinned Lethal after hitting the former X Division Champion with a springboard cutter.

Jeremy Borash stated over commentary that Sangriento means “Blood Sport” in Spanish. It actually means “Bloody” though.

*PHOTOS* of Sangriento’s TNA debut ->


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