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TNA Hard To Kill 2024: Released WWE Superstar set to APPEAR at PPV

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In a surprising turn of events, AJ Francis, formerly known as Top Dolla in WWE, is set to make a significant appearance at the TNA Hard To Kill 2024 event.

This news comes after a series of talent cuts by WWE on September 21, which saw many wrestlers from both the main roster and NXT released from their contracts.

With the expiration of the 90-day non-compete clause, these wrestlers are now free agents, paving the way for Francis’s transition to TNA.

From WWE to TNA: A New Chapter for Francis

Francis’s move to TNA marks a new chapter in his wrestling career. Known for his charismatic presence and athletic prowess in WWE, his addition to the TNA roster is anticipated to bring a fresh dynamic to the promotion.

Fans are excited to see how his style and persona will evolve in this new environment.

A Special Debut at TNA Hard To Kill

Adding to the excitement, Francis announced on Twitter that he and DJ Whoo Kid will debut their new music video for “WE OUT$IDE” live at the Hard To Kill event.

This unique blend of wrestling and music showcases Francis’s versatility and hints at a new direction for his career in entertainment.

FAQ

  • Who is the released WWE superstar appearing at TNA Hard To Kill 2024?
    • AJ Francis, also known as Top Dolla in WWE.
  • What will AJ Francis be doing at the event?
    • He will debut his new music video for “WE OUT$IDE” with DJ Whoo Kid.
  • When were the WWE talent cuts that included AJ Francis?
    • The cuts took place on September 21.
  • What does this move mean for AJ Francis?
    • It marks a new chapter in his career, potentially bringing a fresh dynamic to TNA.
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