TNA wrestler's DNA will be sent into space (no, really)

Posted in: TNA News
By By Jason Powell
Aug 14, 2008 - 10:09 AM

Matt Morgan's DNA is going into space. Operation Immortality issued a press release to announce that Morgan has signed on to have his DNA sequenced and digitized and sent to the International Space Station with gaming legend Richard Garriott in October.

The press release notes that Garriott will take DNA samples from select individuals on the "Immortality Drive," a storage device that he'll leave at the station as part of Operation Immortality. "I think the concept of Operation Immortality is incredibly exciting," Morgan said. "I've done a lot of interesting things in my life, but this certainly ranks up there as the most unique." To read the full press release, visit

Powell's POV: Space? Are you kidding me? I hit the headboard once while watching a Jessica Alba movie and I thought that was impressive. Thanks for making me feel totally inadequate, Matt. What? Read the story again?

Okay, now I get it. This is even worse. Now we have to spend the rest of our lives wondering whether some alien life form is going to swoop in, steal Morgan's DNA from the space station, and used it to create a superior life form that will come to Earth and kill us all. I'll bet they're going to attach a frickin' laser beam to the head of a Matt Morgan clone. Damn aliens.

I'm thinking about pulling a Sarah Connor by dedicating my life to stopping Morgan and this Garriott idiot before they get us all killed. If this website is not updated within the next four hours then you may never hear from me again. Just know that I'm doing everything in my power to save the human race. Then again, I might just be taking a nap.

By the way, how do you get past the point in a conversation where another dude asks for a sample of your DNA so he can take it to space with him?

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