Dixie Carter posted the following on Twitter: I am about to take off for New York City.Exciting announcement for TNA today.Stay tuned. — Dixie Carter (@TNADixie) May 10, 2012
Jim Varsallone of The Miami Herald has a new article online featuring quotes from TNA President Dixie Carter. Below is an excerpt: Spike TV and TNA Entertainment recently agreed on a multi-year extension on their strategic partnership, maintaining Spike TV as the exclusive U.S. television home of the emerging property. The previous deal with Spike […]
- Mister Saint Laurent reporting: The first MLW World Champion “The Franchise” Shane Douglas joined Mister Saint Laurent on MLW Radio presented by www.AdamEve.com, the official podcast of Major League Wrestling. Douglas spoke about deciding to hold his own ECW reunion event after seeing how former ECW stars were treated by TNA during their ECW […]
For those that missed it over the weekend, Hulk Hogan had some words on Twitter that ruffled some feathers. Hogan Tweeted one of his followers and said that going live would “solve 75% of the issues” in regards to problems with TNA. Both Hogan and Eric Bischoff are very big supporters of the company doing […]
- Dixe Carter wrote the following today on Twitter: Due to technical difficulties, Spike is going to re-air the 4/19 Impact episode next Thurs 7-9pm ET before Impact airs. tiny.cc/03y2cw — Dixie Carter (@TNADixie) April 20, 2012 Thanks to Wrestling News World reader Logan Walker for sending this in.
Dixie Carter, obviously looking to create hype for TNA Slammiversary tickets going on sale today, wrote the following on Twitter: I promise you an historic night for TNA & big surprises at Slammiversary. I will be announcing soon! You won’t want to miss this night. — Dixie Carter (@TNADixie) April 19, 2012
Dixie Carter wrote the following on Twitter about Kurt Angle ending his Olympic comeback attempt due to injury: I am heartbroken for Kurt. His commitment to making the Olympic team was unreal. But that’s the kind of athlete he is. yhoo.it/HMEgiR — Dixie Carter (@TNADixie) April 13, 2012
Dixie Carter’s Tweet on Thursday that Sting has signed a new talent contract was for storyline purposes due to him no longer being the Impact Wrestling General Manager. Sting’s current TNA contract is actually up at the end of the year.
TNA President Dixie Carter confirmed on Twitter today that Sting has re-signed with TNA Impact Wrestling. The following is her Tweet: THRILLED to have just signed the new @Sting talent contract. So proud to have him part of the TNA family! Here’s to some great times ahead! — Dixie Carter (@TNADixie) March 29, 2012
Ric Flair’s Public Relations firm, Legacy Talent and Entertainment, issued the following press release about their client attending this weekend’s WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony. TNA President Dixie Carter issues a comment. The release is available in its entirety below: CHARLOTTE, NC – (March 27, 2012) International celebrity the Nature Boy® Ric Flair is […]
- The following is from the official Twitter account of Dixie Carter: 334 days later, I just received Chris Sabin’s medical clearance to return to the ring. Very excited. MMG fans stay tuned! — Dixie Carter (@TNADixie) March 27, 2012 Thanks to Wrestling News World reader Patrick Peralta for sending this in.
Dixie Carter noted on her Facebook page that she is in Clearwater Beach and visited with Jesse Sorensen for the first time since he was released from ICU after suffering a broken neck at TNA Against All Odds in February. Below is her update with a photo: I’m in Clearwater Beach w/family & just got […]
Dixie Carter announced on tonight’s TNA Victory Road pay-per-view that TNA Slammiversary 2012 will take place on the campus of University of Texas Arlington.
- The following is from the official Twitter account of Dixie Carter: I am very, VERY excited about what market we will be in for the Slammiversary pay-per-view on 6/10 to celebrate our 10th anniversary! — Dixie Carter (@TNADixie) March 5, 2012 - Wrestling News World reader David Snay sent this in… Republican presidential candidate Newt […]
- Dixie Carter posted the following update on Jesse Sorensen tonight on Twitter: @TNASorenson met w/doctors this wk & is out for up to a yr. We’re blessed he will be back at all. He’s staying positive. No comment on Zima. — Dixie Carter (@TNADixie) March 2, 2012