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Christy Hemme on Flex Magazine, Promo for Tournament of Champions, More

– TNA’s latest One Night Only special, Tournament of Champions, premieres this Friday on pay-per-view. Embedded below is the promotional video for the event.

– Christy Hemme is featured in the latest issue of Flex Magazine. You can check out the cover photo below.

Christy Hemme on Flex Magazine

– Austin Aries was featured on the “Invisible Walls” podcast on Gametrailers.com. Aries discussed his love for video games and much more. You can listen here.

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  • Eric Chism

    These little mini PPV things are a waste of time. Even if it is a good show, they don’t lead to anything. It is just random. It doesn’t build any storylines we are seeing on Impact.

    • TrollNonstopAction

      1. They’re dirt cheap.
      2. They all have some kind of gimmick matches/stipulations/ex-wrestlers returning/wrestlers not on the roster competing/match-ups you don’t normally see. That’s the hook
      3. Still better than building crap storylines like the WWE does.

      • Eric Chism

        Says the obvious TNA mark. I would not buy these useless PPV’s if you gave me the cash for the. TNA is blatantly ripping off WWE storylines. If WWE’s are “crappy”, what does that make TNA’s knock off storylines?

        • TrollNonstopAction

          Entertaining, as opppsite to WWE’s boredom.
          Right now, they’re doing something similar to Punk’s storyline (which in turn was copied from Punk and Joe in ROH and countless other similar storylines in the past) and it took them two weeks to make it more interesting that the WWE one ever was.

          • Eric Chism

            Come on man. That is mark talk and you know it. There is nothing and I mean absolutely nothing entertaining about Dixie Carter on a mic. I thought it was bad seeing Hulk start Impact off every week, but it got even worse when he left. Now it is Dixie with a mic each week. She is brutal. I did not see Joe walk out of ROH. I cannot comment on if it was better than when Punk walked out on WWE. I did see AJ walk out on Dixie and it was lame.

          • TrollNonstopAction

            Dixie is getting tons of heat, unlike half of WWE’s heel promos where the crowd just stands there bored yelling “boo” a cuple of times. Heat is heat, and she’s got it.
            AJ walking out was lame because? You’re a WWE fanboy, that’s why.
            Punk “walking out” (yeah that was believable) for a couple of weeks, dropping indy names on RAW only to never appear outside WWE TV, returning like nothing ever happened, leading to Del Rio as the champ and Kevin Nash back on TV with Triple H… I couldn’t think of a better definition of “lame” if I worked for the Oxford Dictionary publishers.

          • Eric Chism

            Heat is not heat. Dixie Carter makes me fast forward 30 seconds until she shuts the hell up. When Punk left, he literally was not under contract. As far as that goes, his walkout was real. While he was gone, WWE used it. For example, that video of Punk at Comic Con. Punk came back 2 weeks later, but they did not pretend nothing happened. He went back and forth with HHH for weeks after he came back. As far as what happened at SS, so what? It was a MITB cash and an angle with Nash that did not work out. Nash couldn’t wrestle Punk when they needed him to. Punk went on to get that title back and hold it for 434 days. You know why Punk came back 2 weeks later? Because he was in demand. They figured out real quick that Punk can put asses in seats and $ in the WWE’s pockets. Punks walk out made him a huge draw that summer. The fans wanted to see him. They put him on TV. Giving the costumer the product they actually want to buy is how you do business. AJ Styles is the best and only thing TNA has going for it and he will not even be on their only TV broadcast this week. That in it’s self is lame. What is probably going to happen is, Bully Ray is going to win their little tourney. He will claim he is “the real TNA Champion” and they will have a match at their next…whatever the their next thing is. Another terrible Impact with a PPV brand name stuck on it? That will be great…No, it won’t be great.

          • TrollNonstopAction

            AJ is not under contract too, he’s on a short extension going through the end of the year, if the dirtsheets are to be believed.
            Come on, just listen at yourself and see how Vince McMahon can work you fanboys how he wants… Punk was a fair worker for his few initial years in WWE and was getting big, you really believe he legitimately walked out… Coincidentally though, his appearances outside TV were all with WWE people!
            The whole Summer of Punk angle was ruined beyond repair, and by the time Summerlam and the PPVs after it came in, the buyrates were all down from 2010 (which was bad itself), sometimes by a landslide. There was no peak in the public’s interest. The ratings were average.
            CM Punk won the WWE Title, but nobody cared about his opponents, and it took months and months for WWE to take their heads out of their asses and start believing in hik instead of treating hus reign like an afterthought.
            WWE did not give the fans the product they wanted that summer, and it showed.
            How do you know AJ is not going to be on Impact? What if they show a video message of his like, uhm, a man who walked out would do maybe??
            AJ Styles is going to defend his Championship on other promotion like a fan favourite wrestler would do, do you think TNA is not going to address this situation?
            If this is lame, how come all the dirtsheets are giving free publicity to AJ by reporting his every move? Maybe because all of this is intriguing?
            As for Bully Ray winning the tournament and getting back the Title, I can guarantee you it’s not happening. Just watch Thursday’s Impact.

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