Sometimes it's best to get a change of scenery.
Bram is someone who decided on that not too long ago. He spoke to Morgan Richards during one of Insane Championship Wrestling's online tapings and revealed why he decided to leave. In the end, he just wants to see what other options are out there for him:
“Well Bound for Glory is today, I don’t know when this goes out but here’s a secret. I’m actually going to ask for my release after today. So Monday morning, the sixth (November) that’s when I’m going to ask for my release. As much as I love that company and ever since I’ve been there I’ve wanted to be there for as long as I can. It’s not the same place that I entered three years ago and I feel slightly stifled and let down by the place. So I’m very excited to be free, be a free agent and see what other avenues and options are out there for me because the last year I feel I’ve been miss used, mismanaged and it’s sort of a waste of a year really when it comes to my career besides doing what I do away from there.For me it’s exciting just to see what’s next, to have that door open because that door’s been shut generally. For the last seven years I’ve always been under contract with someone, so to be free is scary, but at the same time is liberating and exciting.
Bram had been with TNA since 2014, originally aligning himself with another wrestler from the UK, Magnus. He's had a number of feuds over the years, with the last storyline he had on television being between him and Rosemary. He had been a part of the NOAH Global Tag League earlier this year, but was sent home from that tour for disciplinary reasons and hadn't been used since.