With the new Jeff Jarrett-TNA regime in full swing, we're starting to see some familiar names return to the company.
Pro Wrestling Sheet's Ryan Satin confirmed today that Scott D'Amore will be returning to TNA, and will be taking several roles as a result. According to PWS, D'Amore was instrumental in making the working relationship between TNA and Pro Wrestling NOAH a reality. NOAH announced Tuesday that TNA will be involved in their Yokohama event on March 12.
According to Live Audio Wrestling, which runs on the Fight Network, which in turn owns Anthem, noted that a talent exchange between the two has been planned. NOAH is under new ownership, and saw many names pulled from the company by NJPW this year.
D'Amore, who formerly appeared on TNA programming over a decade ago as manager of Team Canada, is in Nashville, and is expected to be added to the booking committee in time for the March 3 tapings. He's still also involved with Jeff Jarrett's Global Force Wrestling.