As TNA prepares for its debut on Destination America, many changes for the company and its signature program “Impact Wrestling” have been anticipated. Among those changes include roster overhauls, and it appears TNA has made another change without making it all that public.
On the company’s official roster, former Menagerie stable member “The Freak,” real name Rob Terry, has been moved to the alumni section of the website. There is also no mention of him as being a member of the group any longer. This is an indication he is done with TNA altogether.
Terry was signed to a WWE developmental deal in 2007, and was with the company in Florida Championship Wrestling for a little more than a year. He then made the jump to TNA in 2009.
Between times in TNA developmental, Ohio Valley Wrestling, Terry aligned with The British Invasion, Robbie E and more recently, The Menagerie. He also had a recent stint in Wrestle-1, as TNA had worked out a deal with the company to help promote “Bound For Glory.”
Never like to see a guy released, and he had a good look. I do recall Chris Jericho wanting him to be around him during his major heel run in 2008, but he had been released at that point.