Update on Danny Bonaduce’s TNA Lockdown Match, Chris Harris, More

– Former WWE and TNA wrestler Chris Harris was backstage at TNA’s live event on Saturday night in Cincinnati, OH. Harris lives in the area and came to hang out with friends. There was no real talk that he was there trying to get back with TNA.

– Mexican wrestling magazine Super Luchas has announced that they reached an agreement with TNA to sell official TNA merchandise on their website.

– As noted before, Danny Bonaduce will be wrestling at TNA’s Lockdown pay-per-view. On a recent edition of his radio show in Philadelphia, Danny talked about possible opponents for his match at Lockdown and read a list of names that TNA had sent him but did not know who it would be.

He also addressed the online rumor that he’s got some sort of exclusivity clause in his Celebrity Championship Wrestling contract that would prevent him from wrestling for TNA. While he does indeed have such a clause, Bonaduce said he will wrestle at Lockdown regardless. Apparently he’s good friends with CCW producer Jason Hervey and believes Hervey “won’t make a big deal” about the clause. Bonaduce said that if CCW do decide to enforce the clause, he’ll still find a way to go around it, for example, by just having a brawl outside the cage, as in not having an officially sanctioned match inside the six sides of steel. Bonaduce said he’s willing to get sued and will be wrestling at Lockdown one way or the other. He also put over how he is very likely to bleed at the show.