Kurt Angle Talks About TNA Searching For New Talent, Celebrates 45th Birthday

Posted by Matt Boone December 9, 2013 2 Comments

- TNA star Kurt Angle recently spoke to Business-Standard about TNA’s plans to find talent in India. “We want to promote wrestling in India,” Angle said. “I think we are going to become successful and the most effective way to promote in India is to see who the next talent from India is.”

Multi-Screen Media CEO Man Jit Singh also spoke about TNA in India. “There is a huge sports market in India, though it is still dominated by cricket, we see a huge future for wrestling,” said Singh. “We have seen that recently wrestlers and boxers have been winning medals and TNA is a sport of wrestling and entertainment. We will look forward to giving 500 hours of programming each year on Sony Six.”

Check out the complete article on Business-Standard.com.

– Speaking of Angle, the former Olympic gold medalist celebrates his 45th birthday today. Angle was born on December 9, 1968.

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    • Kris Godwin

      I think going after the Indian market is a smart move by TNA. I mean, Ring Ka King was technically the most-watched wrestling program in the world when it aired. WWE evidently also thinks the same – why else would they keep Khali around?

    • Rodzilla87

      they did do good with that. most of the India talent from Ring Ka King held their own.

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