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Christopher Daniels On Comics, Bad Influence and Life After TNA Wrestling

Christopher Daniels comicsOne half of BAD INFLUENCE Christopher Daniels talks about being a comic book author for “Christopher Daniels and Kazarian Wrestle Aw Yeah Comics”, how the project came together and his lifelong passion for comics, leaving TNA Wrestling after working there for so long, if he was surprised when the company decided to part ways with him, some memories of the company, teaming with Kazarian and the work they did in TNA as Bad Influence, returning to the independent scene including Ring of Honor, his acting career and going on auditions, his videos with TweetSecret and more.

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