BREAKING NEWS: Another Two Top Superstars Have Just Been Released From The Company — See Reasons

The company has cuts down their roster by two, more to follow? According to cagematch.net, The Tribunal have a record of 3 wins and 9 losses; most of those losses were suffered at the hands of The Hardys.

According to ring side news, TNA Impact Wrestling released two talents from their tag team division. Basile Baraka and Baron Dax of The Tribunal were not re-signed by the company once their contracts ran out.

Both men are from different countries, which ultimately increased the difficulty of the tag team to make it to Orlando, Florida for the television tapings.

They came into the company in March of 2016 when they debuted at TNA’s One Night Only Victory Road 2 in a losing effort against the Bromans. According to cagematch.net, The Tribunal have a record of 3 wins and 9 losses; most of those losses were suffered at the hands of The Hardys.

The team originally came on the scene in NXT as The French tag team known as The Legionnaires under the names Slyvester Lefort and Marcus Louis. They were with the WWE from 2013 to February of this year. This is one of many releases that has been announced for the future as well as those that occurred this year.

In January of this year, former TNA Knockouts Championship Taryn Terrell announced her release via YouTube. The video is no longer available for viewing. In September of 2016, former Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader Rebel left the company after her contract expired and was not renewed.

More importantly, on November 3rd of 2016, Smashing Pumpkins musician and former TNA President Billy Corgan parted ways from TNA citing a lack of repayment for money loaned to the company to finance their tapings. The next day, former director of creative writing for TNA David Laguana quit the company.

Aside from that, other TNA talents have announced that they plan to leave TNA and wrestling in general in the future.

Former WWE and current TNA talent Maria Kanellis announced that she would be leaving wrestling in the coming months. Fellow wrestler Davey Richards made a similar declaration when he took to twitter to announce that 2017 will be his last year wrestling.

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