– Dixie Carter had a rough day on Twitter yesterday, besides her tweet poking fun at the typhoon headed near Japan that she later deleted and apologized for.
Earlier in the day, Dixie linked to an article on the TNA website about the AAA When Worlds Collide event that took place in 1994, to look at some of the Japanese stars that will be featured at Bound For Glory on Sunday. After receiving heat from fans, Dixie later deleted the tweet but here’s what she wrote with the link:
“Maybe at #BoundForGlory we will find the next Eddie Guerrero…”
Going back to the typhoon tweet, it didn’t end with her apology and deleting the tweet. Dixie had to delete her original apology because she tagged an impostor James Storm account. She quickly deleted that tweet and re-posted it with Storm’s real account tagged.