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Ken Anderson being told not to sign with TNA

By : WrestlingDotCom News Posted on

A new report that has come out by The Wrestling Observer states that Ken Anderson (former WWE star Mr. Kennedy) is being advised by his mentors not to sign with TNA Wrestling or any other promotion at this time because the belief is that by Anderson working with Hulk Hogan’s Australian tour, the WWE could offer him a new contract. Many feel it could be difficult for Anderson to get re-signed with the company because of his past negative remarks about Randy Orton. Anderson has also received negative heat from John Cena, Shawn Michaels and Triple H.

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