The M3 Agency sent out the following:
What’s Next For ‘Crimson’ After TNA?
As you know Crimson has left TNA, so you may ask what now? Well he has been competing with a knee injury for over 2 years.
Jul. 22, 2013 – On Friday July 12, 2013 Crimson had an MRI and it comes as no surprise that the results are a complete tear of his Meniscus in the right knee and surgery is needed. He is going into this situation 100% positive and stated that he will use this time to take care of his knee issues and will do what is necessary to be in the best physical and mental shape possible so there are no setbacks moving forward. Date for surgery is TBD, but expected recovery time is quick.
Crimson would like to thank everyone at TNA Wrestling for his time with the organization. Crimson would also like to thank his fans and the Crimson Army for all the support they have given him during his time with TNA and since his departure.
Crimson has many projects coming his way and he will be exploring other options. If you would like to make booking inquiries with Crimson please email Theresa Stach with The M3 Agency at theresa@theM3agency.com. For updates and direct contact with Crimson continue to follow him on Twitter at @Crimson and on Facebook at Facebook.com/OfficialCrimsonArmy.
Crimson is an American professional wrestler, best known for his work with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA). He has also worked for TNA’s developmental territory, Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), where he is a former one-time OVW Heavyweight Champion and a two-time OVW Southern Tag Team Champion with Jason Wayne. Crimson played his self in the TV movie ‘Sacrifice’ in 2011 written and directed by Damian Lee and starred Cuba Gooding Jr. and Christian Slater. In 2011 Crimson played the part of Sherman in the movie ‘Chained: Code 207.