Andy Murray Extends DEFIANCE Contract, Moves Into Backstage Role

Posted by Lance Warner on 12 Jan 2017


After weeks of misdirection, toomfoolery, and all other forms of fuckery, Andy Murray finally got his hands on Perfection at Acts of DEFIANCE. Without Mark Shields around to spoil the party, the elder Murray produced his most dominant DEFIANCE performance yet, and comprehensively shut the skilled technician down in under 10 minutes. As good as Andy looked at the pay-per-view, however, it might be the last time we see him in the ring for a while.

It has been announced today that Andy has signed a multi-year extension to the one-year deal he signed with DEFIANCE in February 2016, and it involves a change of role.

It's understood that Murray will move into a talent development and relations role, and will work with both BRAZEN and the "main" roster. A 23-year industry veteran, Murray has owned an operated his own wrestling school in San Diego, California since 2011, and this experience should serve him well in his new role.

Andy retains his wrestling contract, but isn't expected to return to the ring on a full-time basis. 

We'll bring you more on this story as it develops.


Related News

Backstage 3.1

LATEST PROPAGANDA

TALKING SMACK

"...OSU."

- Mushigihara

TOP FIVE

1. Mikey Unlikely
2. Crimson Lord
3. Kendrix
4. THE Jay Harvey
5. Dan Ryan

DEFIANCE on TWITTER

THE MUSIC

No flash player!

It looks like you don't have flash player installed. Click here to go to Macromedia download page.