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New Champion Crowned At Against All Odds, Giant Lady Wrestler Receives Tryout

— Mr. Anderson’s reign as TNA World Heavyweight Champion came to an end tonight at Against All Odds as he lost the title to Jeff Hardy in a Ladder Match. Anderson obtained the belt from Hardy last month at Genesis.

The TNA World Heavyweight Champion is scheduled to return to court on Wednesday to face a variety of charges relating to his September 2009 arrest on charges of trafficking in controlled prescription pills and possession of anabolic steroids. A search of his North Carolina residence yielded 262 Vicodin prescription pills, 180 soma prescription pills, 555 milliliters of anabolic steroids, a residual amount of powder cocaine, and drug paraphernalia.

— reports that Isis the Amazon, who was to have appeared on the third season of WWE’s NXT, is scheduled for a tryout match at tomorrow night’s iMPACT! taping in Orlando, Florida.

The 6 foot 9 lady grappler teased her meeting with TNA Wrestling officials, writing on Twitter: “Heading to Orlando tomorrow.. & no, not to visit family this time ;)”

  • TomC

    Personally, I think putting the strap back on Hardy was a HUGE mistake on the part of TNA. I kind of hope Hardy gets some jail time, just to slap TNA creative in the face for such a ridiculous decision … the least of which is not that amazingly ugly “championship” belt.

    Keeping the belt off of Jeff Hardy could have been a wide open door for TNA to FINALLY start re-establishing a TAG TEAM DIVISION – i.e. put the Hardy’s back together as a tag-team.

    I really don’t understand what the issue is with either the WWE or TNA and their refusal to develop an ACTUAL tag-team division. They BOTH used to have them and they were BOTH popular. What is the “disease” that is keeping either from developing a definable Tag Team Division?

  • shawn

    oh since jeff smokes(he did it during an entrance) he should maybe stock up on cigarettes and have shane smuggle them in prison for him so jeff can be rich and possibly safe from danger, and maybe ease his mind. hear that kiddies? moms, dads?

  • shawn

    from a storyline perspective thats unnecessary if he is stripped of his championship because they could either announce what happened or make something up. i dont like either ideas of mine because respectfully i dont like real life situations intergrated into storylines, and because i really know what happened(next week perhaps). so i think anderson should of won.
    i dont know what will happen with jeff. maybe anderson will win it back early this week.

  • Mark

    I have a question. Why is there so much internet hatred for TNA and why is it specifically targeted at Jeff Hardy? The success of any organization cannotbe pinned on one individual, nor can that organizations failure. A true wrestling fan focuses on the product as a whole. I have been watching wrestling for years. I have been watching since it was All Star Wrestling on sunday mornings, to WWF to WCW and Finally TNA. Admittedly there have been good storylines, wrestlers, and matches. Now love Jeff Hardy or hate him, he does not put on bad matches. He does what any wrestler or employee would do, HIS JOB. If there is a complaint then it needs to be made toward who is to blame. The organization not the performer. I think WWE is stale right now, but it is not the performers, it is the writing, the promotion, and the booking. Do things that make sense and watch the product improve.

  • CC

    well lets hope for TNA’s sake that Wednesday doesnt end with a “Lockdown” for Hardy.

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  • CC

    that was her WWE name


    thought her name was aloisia

  • Trixie

    before the season premeired or something like that. cuz she did sexual photos or something like that

  • kyle

    when did she get released??