Mustafa Ali Donates To Freelance Wrestling Performers, TNA Asylum Getting Torn Down This Week
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Mustafa Ali Donates To Freelance Wrestling Performers
In the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Freelance Wrestling will begin streaming shows where fans can support the wrestlers via PayPal. During this difficult time, many wrestlers are struggling to earn money so, along with the shows themselves, Mustafa Ali announced he’ll be donating to the performers on the first event.
Scary times only exist when you feel like you’re on your own.
I’ll be donating to cover all of the performers pay for the 1st event. I encourage anyone that is in the position to do so, please donate and allow these incredible artists to perform for you. @FreelanceWres is home. https://t.co/GC6RuNtFkJ
— Mustafa Ali / Adeel Alam (@AliWWE) March 17, 2020
TNA Asylum Getting Torn Down This Week
An iconic arena will be torn down this week. According to Yihyun Jeong of the Nashville Tennessean, the Nashville Fairgrounds, also known as the TNA Asylum, will be demolished in the next few days. A new Major League Soccer stadium will be built on the grounds. Previously, the property was home to the TNA Asylum, which hosted TNA’s weekly pay-per-views in the company’s early years. The Nashville Fairgrounds, or the TNA Asylum, also hosted IMPACT Wrestling Homecoming in 2019.