Your Monday Post #63: Brittany Turns Samuel Shaw Against Gunner (October, 22nd 2014)

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Hello Folks and welcome to a new edition of Your Monday Post, being typed as we speak during a Live Monday Night RAW. However the focus on this particular post is rather on the other company, TNA to specifically speak and 3 intriguing characters who are now no longer with the company.

Last Year not only marked the year of Brittany’s TNA debut, but less than a year of stirred up trouble created by the current SHINE Champion. After a heel turn on Madison Rayne, whom she admired, ended abruptly, Brittany found herself in a new storyline months later, becoming involved in the ongoing situation between Samuel Shaw and Gunner, who was looking to “purify” Shaw of all the sins he committed in the past and move him forward, forging an alliance with him while trying to gain uneasy trust in the locker room during Shaw’s advances to sanity. However on the October 22nd 2014 episode of IMPACT, Brittany’s Plan to drive a wedge between Gunner and Samuel Shaw succeeded, and in turn, following an unsuccessful tag bout, Brittany watched Shaw return to his psychotic self, turning on his tag partner and viciously attacking Gunner to Brittany’s pleasure. However Brittany departed weeks later to some shock, followed by both Shaw and Gunner just a week ago, hence the relevant flashback involving the three underrated performers.

– Catherine


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