On a recent appearance on the Chinlock Radio podcast, former TNA wrestler Jesse Sorensen said he had a meeting with lawyers on a possible lawsuit against TNA over the neck injury he sustained during the Against All Odds PPV in 2012.
During a conversation with then TNA Senior VP of Talent Relations and Programming, Bruce Prichard, Sorensen brought up the idea of filing the lawsuit. Three days later, Sorensen said he was on a phone call with Prichard, TNA President Dixie Carter, and TNA CFO Dean Broadhead, and they reportedly offered him a production job. So he ultimately did not end up filing the lawsuit.
Sorensen added that in hindsight, he should have filed the suit because he was told by his friends in TNA and WWE that TNA not covering his medical costs was “bullsh***.”