- TNA Wrestling is filming an all-Knockouts show in Orlando, Florida today that will air on pay-per-view within the next year. Much of the attention centered on show has been in regards to the vast count of former female talent who have publicly said that they will be absent from the festivities. Nonetheless, TNA managed to muster some ex-Knockouts for the taping.
In addition to the majority of the current female roster, former Knockouts Alissa Flash, Jackie Moore and Trinity are at the event, according to accounts on Twitter. Other non-contracted talent competing at the event are Jillian Hall, Santana Garrett and Mia Yim, who have worked with TNA in the past. Garrett briefly appeared as a valet for Orlando Jordan in 2010, while Hall and Yim have competed in dark matches.
– A new TNA ReACTION video has been released with Team TNA (Sting, Magnus, Samoa Joe, James Storm and Eric Young) touting the victory over Aces & Eights (Devon, Mr. Anderson, Knox, DOC and Garett Bischoff) in a Lethal Lockdown match at Lockdown last Sunday.
– The official Twitter account of TNA Wrestling is trying to assist company president Dixie Carter in reaching the 200,000 follower milestone—she currently sits at just over 196,000. A message was released stating, “Lets get Dixie to 200,000 followers! Follow @TNADixie if you aren’t already. If you are…RT and spread the word!”
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