WWE/TNA News: Matt Morgan Finally Reveals Information About His Future

Courtesy wrestling.insidepulse.com
Courtesy wrestling.insidepulse.com
Gone Baby GoneContributerJune 18, 2012

While the rest of the wrestling world was gearing up for WWE's No Way Out, Matt Morgan was teasing his future.

Over the weekend, Morgan wrestled two final matches for TNA. The matches took place in Texas against his former tag team partner Crimson. So, now the question is: time off and re-sign with TNA, or jump ship and head to WWE?

Luckily for us, Morgan tweeted the following Sunday afternoon:

Texas yesterday, Connecticut today, who says u can't go home!

It appears Morgan will be headed back to the company that gave him his start. As much as I am not a fan of this decision—I respect it. The fact is, Morgan has seen his biggest achievements while in TNA—except one.

During Morgan's TNA run "The DNA of TNA," was never given the ball to run with. It seems to me if you are going to slap that label on someone, they need to have held your main title at least once. Yet time and time again, Morgan was passed by for someone else.

We will have to wait a few months to see what happens, as Morgan's no-compete clause will probably have him sitting out for three months.

With the current state of the WWE's main-event scene, Morgan would be an ideal fit to fill in some of the holes. Sadly, he can't help them out now, so the WWE will have to rely on other options.

It would be cool to see Morgan start up something with Sheamus for the World title, sooner rather than later.

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