If you thought Hulk Hogan had his hooks in Dixie Carter before, wait until you hear how the TNA president truly sees her knight in shining armor. According to Dixie, her number one babyface is bigger than any company, brand, and a few global celebrities.
There has always been this theory that Hulk and Eric Bischoff are taking Dixie Carter and TNA Wrestling for a ride. To be fair, a lot of people close to the situation say otherwise, but there have been indications along the way that they may not have the best interests of TNA at heart and that they had a money mark on their hands. Little did any of us know how deep in their hands they truly have the TNA boss.
I am sure Dixie Carter is a nice woman but my gosh does she say some of the dumbest things. I don’t have time to list ..click here to read more
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Ric Flair certainly isn’t afraid to speak what is on his mind. The dirtiest player in the game is the subject of a new RF Video Shoot Interview and just like he has for over 30 years in the ring, he delivers.
I should note in the object of fairness that I did write the questions for this shoot interview. At the same time this is not any kind of a paid review. I was lucky enough to get an advanced copy of the interview for review, good or bad. I can tell you quite honestly, it is great.
I watched the entire shoot during an early morning commute on Amtrak and it made the trip fly by. This isn’t Flair’s first shoot interview. Flair did a series of shoots a few years ago, but this is the first one he has done regarding his TNA Wrestling run. Flair talks plenty of ..click here to read more
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Congratulations TNA Wrestling fans, your world champion isn’t going anywhere. Jeff Hardy has re-signed with TNA and will be sticking around for a couple of more years thus squashing all rumors about a WWE return.
TNA president Dixie Carter made the official announcement on Thursday night live on Bellator MMA. Since her announcement, TNA has released the length of the deal on their website subsequently thereafter, noting that Hardy’s deal will keep him around for another two years.
I must admit that I was dead wrong on this one. I predicted that Hardy would indeed return to the World Wrestling Entertainment where he would reclaim the world heavyweight title and possibly wrestle Dolph Ziggler at WrestleMania 29. I expected him to go as did many others who have been talking about a possible WWE return for months.
TNA deserves a lot of credit here. They took a major risk and put ..click here to read more
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In a press release on Thursday January 10, 2013, Total Non-Stop Action Wrestling announced a major pay-per-view shake-up in its business model for live paid television events going forward in 2013. The company will cut back from 12 live pay-per view events and go with the old school four Sunday Night live pay-per view events – Genesis on January 13, LockDown on March 10, Slammiversary on June 9 and its own version of WrestleMania, Bound for Glory on October 13. TNA also stated they will still keep offering their one hour ‘Unfinished Business’ shows through Video on Demand.
In addition, TNA will offer seven taped three hour pay-per view special events during the course of 2013 branded as TNA Wrestling that will air the first Friday of the month during the months there is no live pay-per view event.
I applaud TNA for making the first move in what should have been ..click here to read more
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This week’s TNA Impact Wrestling starts with a message to the victims of the Sandy Hook shooting, which is a nice touch.
We see footage from earlier today of Austin Aries and Jeff Hardy entering the building. They face off in the main event tonight, with the World title on the line. This is “Championship Thursday”, which means we’ll see several pointless deliberations over who should get a title match. The title in question tonight is the KO title, and the potential challengers are Velvet Sky, ODB, Mickie James and Miss Tessmacher. I’ve decided that I’m not recapping the deliberation segments on these episodes anymore. They are beyond pointless, as is the entire idea behind the segments, especially when you consider that a title has never changed hands as a result.
The show is going to kick off with a TV title match.
MATCH 1-World Television Championship: Kurt Angle vs. Devon (Champion)
Angle’s left ..click here to read more
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This week’s TNA Impact Wrestling opens up with Bobby Roode, who came up short in his bid for the World title at Final Resolution, thanks in part to his deal with Aces and Eights going south.
Roode admits he’s a little bit taken back, a little confused, and a whole lot pissed off. He’s trying to figure out what happened at FR. He considers himself an intelligent business man, and he made a very big, lucrative investment into the World Heavyweight Championship. He guaranteed he’d become the new champion, but it didn’t happen. He made a deal with A and E, and where he comes from, a deal’s a deal. What he wants right now are answers from A and E. Devon, DOC, Big Guy, Black Scorpion and Brian Pillman all make their way out, and Devon says a better deal was put on the plate. Roode doesn’t understand. Devon says ..click here to read more
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Let me introduce myself. My name is Giri and I am a Dixie Carter guy! Yup, I dig crazy Dix! But that’s beside the point.
The point is Punk can’t move ratings and won’t! But honestly that’s not his fault. Your entire programming has become so gimmicky that it’s turned into a goon show! Dancing monsters, delusional superstars, meaningless championships; I mean tell me one title that’s relevant on WWE right now.
As you mentioned in your ‘State of WWE’ address, what we need is action. But action Vince – no one knows it better than you do – isn’t just in-ring action. We get that week after week. Thank you.
Let me tell you something about the wrestling business, Vince. Since I am not the one who is making or losing money, I can impart a few tips on running a ..click here to read more
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As weird as it sounds, I had a dream about watching this episode, and it was beyond awful. All I can say is that, if the show ends with four unknown fata$$es in a tag team match, I’m going to be very upset.
Sting and Hulk Hogan are in Hogan’s office. Hogan wishes he could be by Sting’s side for BFG. Hogan goes over the situation, and tells Sting to put a bullet in Aces and Eights. Sting is going to watch every match tonight, and make his choice for a partner based on the match results. Sting tells Hogan that, if he sees someone that looks good, let him know.
Mr. Anderson makes his way out, likely to complain about Samoa Joe beating his ass last week and knocking him out. Instead, he ..click here to read more
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TNA Wrestling is gearing up for a fight. The company is ready to fight to keep its biggest active wrestler on the roster, Jeff Hardy. Hardy’s contract expires in February and the company down south is doing everything they can to keep their franchise player in place.
A new report in the Wrestling Observer details the efforts that Hulk Hogan, Dixie Carter, and company are doing to re-sign Jeff Hardy. If you didn’t know about Hardy’s contract, you’d think he was solid for at least a year due to his current push. Ironically it is Hardy’s contract that was the impetus for his current push.
Hardy right now is heading into the biggest TNA pay per view of the year, Bound for Glory in the top spot. Hardy will be challenging Austin Aries for the TNA world championship. Hardy earned ..click here to read more
CM Punk, Dixie Carter, hulk hogan, Impact Wrestling, jeff hardy, TNA Wrestling
I think you are damn cute! But that’s not what this is about.
This is about how my hopes get shattered week after week. Even then I do watch your shows. And that’s saying a lot.
Remember 2008? That was the time I had actually started following TNA closely. Main Event Mafia and Frontline were the talking points then. It looked quite clumsy, but there was a lot of steam then and great matches. Sting vs Angle, the empty arena match is still my favorite match from TNA. 5 stars I gave it then.
Then you announced Hogan. Oh that was a grand scheme, wasn’t it? Monday Night Wars all over again! The same night you shocked the world by bringing Bischoff, Flair, Nash and even Hall. They were the surprises. You even got Sting to haul his ..click here to read more
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I have always enjoyed attended the Total Non-Stop Action Wrestling house shows when they have come to my area, but gave up on watching Impact in 2009 out of frustration over the product. But in May of this year when TNA President Dixie Carter announced that Impact would be a more reality based wrestling show, starting one hour earlier and going live for the summer, I decided to give the television show another chance.
Going live each week has made the talent step it up and has done something to the Impact Zone crowd in Orlando. The fans seem more alive and much more into the show each week. The lighting and all the camera angles have greatly improved. Eric Bischoff has done a great job of making Impact Wrestling look more major league with ..click here to read more
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On tonight’s episode of Impact Wrestling, we learn the fate of Taeler Hendrix in regards to whether or not her performance last week earned her a TNA contract (SPOILER ALERT: Her performance sucked, so she’ll get the deal. Ask Alex Silva).
To open the show, we get a recap of last week, including Austin Aries agreeing to forfeit the X-Division title at Destination X in order to earn a shot at the World title, as well as the Styles/Dixie/Chris-Zarian fiasco that saw the introduction of one of the worst actresses in the history of professional wrestler. As Joe Leininger pointed out to me, this “addict” was smiling as she announced she was an addict. Being an addict and a wh*re (which she also admitted to) should not warrant a happy face. Being an addict should not make you smile. The ..click here to read more
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