AIWF Senior Executive Vice President Tim Dolan announced recently that in an effort to further solidify the AIWF’s prominence we are pleased to introduce Bobby Horne as Vice President of Talent Relations. Most people will remember Mr. Horne as Sir Mo from his WWF days as a member of Men on a Mission, a tag team with his former partner Mabel (Viscera).
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Christy Hemme is the November Knockout of the Month! Check out exclusive photos of Christy, plus a preview of Christy is the current issue of FLEX Magazine, on sale now at newsstands and flexonline.com. For even more photos of your favorite Knockouts, visit their official website at WrestlingKnockouts.com
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Belfast, Ireland- The Miz frustrated with his performance over the past month, has decided enough is enough. WWE Creative maybe just be using the live show to test different reactions (they do that a lot), however the Miz face character has been flat since pretty much the start. He’s a great heel, why not use that.
If there is an official heel turn in the works, it will likely occur during a televised event, whether it’s RAW, SMACKDOWN, or PPV.
If this is the way the character of Miz is going to go, all I can say is…..THANK YOU!!!! IT’S ABOUT TIME!!!!!
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Officials for both Smashing Pumpkins lead singer Billy Corgan and TNA Wrestling are using the word “rumors” to describe rampant Internet buzz that the wrestling company is for sale and that Corgan is a prospective buyer.
In wrestling, like in life, there are winners and there are losers.That goes double for WCW, where the locker room was so bloated with talent that guys were getting paychecks without ever having to leave the house.
Should Vince McMahon Buy TNA?
Since the end of WCW, promotions everywhere have had to fight an impossible war with Vince McMahon’s WWE just to get by. TNA was no exception. Since its inception in 2004, by then promoter’s Jerry and Jeff Jarrett, it’s been an uphill battle. Drifting from FOX, to Webcast, and now Spike TV, there has been very little stability. With the Jarrett’s, Eric Bishoff, and now Dixie Carter running the show on and off screen, it’s looked more like a WCW replica. Especially seeing as the bulk of the screen time over the last ten years has gone to aging former WWE/WCW superstars way past their prime, such as Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Kevin Nash, and Booker T. Sting is the exception to the legends, as he still gets plenty of pop, and doesn’t look like he’s going to have a stroke with every move. There is some great talent with TNA. Bobby Roode, James Storm, Austin Aries, Chris Sabin, AJ Styles and Samoa Joe. Also, how about Jeff Hardy, Kurt Angle. They are still great talent when healthy. However, the product being produced is simply boring, and it shows. Lately, there have been reports of talent not getting paid, as well as medical costs not being covered. This is very unfortunate. So what could be done?
In the November issue of WWE Magazine, editors from both WWE.com and the magazine made their case for the best Survivor Series squad in WWE history. You’ve read the arguments, and now it’s YOUR turn to make your voices heard.