VIDEO: Former WWE NXT Star Makes TNA Debut On Impact Wrestling

Posted by Matt Boone May 2, 2014 4 Comments

Former WWE NXT wrestler Kenneth Cameron (real name Thomas Latimer) made his debut on Thursday night’s edition of TNA Impact Wrestling. Cameron, who goes by the name Bram in TNA, debuted in a backstage segment on the show with Magnus.

Bram is the son-in-law of WWE Hall Of Famer Ric Flair, as he is married to Flair’s daughter, WWE NXT Diva Charlotte. His release from WWE came on November 30, 2012 after he was charged with battery of a law enforcement officer and disorderly intoxication.

You can check out a video of Bram’s TNA debut below.

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    • Masterpain

      What is the deal with TNA? They are so pathetic. All they do is worship WWE and kiss their ass even though WWE refuses to acknowledge them.

      They constantly steal WWE ideas and take wrestlers WWE gets rid of. Then give those guys main even spots and treat loyal talent like trash. No wonder TNA is dying.

    • figure four

      So if your looking at that logic does WWE worship TNA since stole CM Punk? its the wrasslin buisness you go where this is work idiot

    • Kris Godwin

      What’s with TNA and backstage debuts?

      Anywho, the segment with ‘Bram’ and Magnus was interesting. Another tag-team can’t hurt.

      • JayRoz

        Tag-Team or rivalry would both be good to see…besides he was great in NXT

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