WWE/TNA News: Matt Morgan Teases Appearance; Arrives at Live Event; but Whose?
As we all know by now, Matt Morgan has gone to great lengths to keep his future a secret.
He has posted cryptic tweets, danced around questions about his future, and all but said he was trying to go back to WWE.
Well, it now appears Matt Morgan's fate has been sealed.
And, for those of you that were anticipating a WWE return don't hold your breath. Earlier Saturday, Matt Morgan tweeted the following:
Lots of great wrestling this weekend. Chicago.........Boston.......Pennsylvania.......Who knows where il show up!— Matt Morgan (@BPmattmorgan) September 15, 2012
A few hours later this video surfaced with Morgan appearing at a TNA event in PA. So, it would appear the biggest (size not popularity) free agent going has returned to the company that he left just a few short months ago—or did he?
After that video surfaced Morgan addressed the appearance on his Twitter stating the following:
All 2nite really meant was I'm tired of "just be patient Matt", being patronized & most of all being SOLD DREAMS! The real question is......— Matt Morgan (@BPmattmorgan) September 16, 2012
Who am I with? Time will tell. 'Til then,Tick-Tock....— Matt Morgan (@BPmattmorgan) September 16, 2012
Let's face it you don't make a trip from Connecticut to Pennsylvania just because you're bored. To me, it seems Morgan and TNA have quietly come to terms on a new deal. Which may mean, he did not have the interest from the WWE that many believed he did.
Not to mention, Morgan has continued to be featured in the Direct Auto commercials that run during Impact weekly. For those of you that don't know, Direct Auto is a huge partner of TNA's.
Ultimately, this appearance could be a tease for his return or just a way to keep his name out there. Either way, it appears one thing is certain, "The DNA of TNA" may be returning to the Impact Zone sooner than later. Hopefully, the guessing game will end soon, as fans have been awaiting his "decision" for several months now.
In the end, only time will truly tell what's in store for "The Blueprint"
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