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Kurt Angle names surprising TNA MVP from the height of the company

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In the world of professional wrestling, the spotlight often falls on the athletes performing in the ring. However, according to WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle, the real MVP of TNA (Total Nonstop Action) Wrestling during its peak wasn’t a wrestler at all. It was Jeremy Borash, a man who wore many hats behind the scenes.

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Jeremy Borash: The Jack of All Trades

Borash’s contributions to TNA were multifaceted. He was not only an interviewer and announcer but also took on roles in video editing, producing, and more.

His work was instrumental in shaping the company’s image and narrative, making him an unsung hero of the wrestling world.

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The Man Behind the Scenes

Kurt Angle, on his podcast The Kurt Angle Show, showered praises on Borash for his work. “Jeremy was the MVP of the company, he really was,” Angle stated.

He went on to elaborate on Borash’s extensive responsibilities, which included editing for the pay-per-view commercials and the storylines. Borash’s work was not just limited to these tasks; he was also the producer and director, handling a wide array of duties that kept the company running smoothly.

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Kurt Angle on The Whole Ball of Wax

Borash’s role in TNA was all-encompassing. He was not just a part of the team; he was an integral part of the company’s operations.

“He did it all, the whole ball of wax,” said Angle, emphasizing the breadth and depth of Borash’s involvement in TNA.

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Kurt Angle on The Unsung Hero of TNA

While the wrestlers are the ones who usually get the glory, it’s clear that Borash’s behind-the-scenes work was pivotal to TNA’s success.

His dedication and hard work helped shape the company’s image and narrative, making him a key player in the company’s success.

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