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JIM CORNETTE ADDRESSES DIXIE CARTER’S IMPACT SPEECH, TALKS ABOUT HOGAN’S CLAIM OF BRINGING STONE COLD TO TNA, COMMENTS ON RANDY SAVAGE AND NASTY BOYS TO TNA, TALKS ROH FROM THIS PAST WEEKEND, COMMENTS ON ULTIMATE WARRIOR IN WWE HALL OF FAME AND MORE THIS WEEK ON WHO’S SLAMMING WHO
This week on Cornette’s Commentary on Who’s Slamming Who, Jim Cornette addresses the recent Hulk Hogan radio interview taking about bringing Randy Savage, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, and The Nasty Boys into TNA. What does he think of Macho Man returning and making up with Hogan? What does he think about Hogan claiming he’s talking with Stone Cold? What about The Nasty Boys returning to the ring? His answers are priceless.
Cornette also talks about the recent Dixie Carter talent meeting on Impact and goes off on a tirade about the entire situation. For the first time since leaving TNA, Cornette doesn’t hold back about his feelings and predicts that in two years Dixie’s father could shut down the company.
Jim also looks at WWE inducting Ultimate Warrior in the 2010 WWE Hall of Fame and his Ring of Honor events from this past weekend.
This is one episode of Cornette’s Commentary you recently don’t want to miss!
This week on Who’s Slamming Who, Tommy Fierro and Brian Solomon take a look at Hulk Hogan’s "My Life Outside The Ring" book. Brian tells a funny story about Hogan’s first WWE book, talks about interviewing him for his WWE Magazine special on him, takes us on a tour inside of Hogan’s house, and more. The two also discuss whether or not Hulk Hogan made Vince McMahon or if Vince McMahon made Hulk Hogan, or a combination of the both. They also discuss Shane McMahon leaving WWE and joke about him going to TNA or UFC. They also look at this upcoming Survivor Series card, last weeks RAW, Sheamus’ push, Drew McIntryer’s push, Kurt Angle update, former WrestleMania headliner being arrested, Chris Jericho/Undertaker program, and much more.
This week on Inside The Behrens Bubble, Bil Behrens discusses the impact Hulk Hogan may have no TNA, his role in the company, rumor and speculation, and more.
This week on Bolin Alley, we have the return of Prince Bolin and he lets Nick Hogan have it, among others. They talk about TNA’s rating dropping since Hogan came aboard. They call out Ken Anderson, and last but not least…The Starmaker has Dixie Carter on his show..sorta…tune in…you will LOVE this week’s Bolin Alley!
This week on PWI Weekly, Brady Hicks dips into the ol’ mailbag, checking in with some thoughts on The Undertaker and meeting Jim Cornette for the first time.
This week on Wrestling Then & Now, Evan Ginzburg of The Wrestling Then & Now movie on TNA’s upcoming Turning Point emphasizing WRESTLING, South Park wrestling episode and more.
This week on The Cult of Personality, "Mr. Personality" Nicholas Nice talks about two shows he wrestled on this past weekend, how impressed he was with a tag team match pitting Danny Inferno & Stevie Richards vs. Judas Young & Nunzio, how important the fans are, ticket prices, and much more.
Florescent light tubes. Scaffolds. Tables wraped in barbed wire. Oh my! This week, The History of WWE’s Graham Cawthon talks about making a road trip to West Virginia this past weekend for back-to-back nights of indy wrestling with the likes of Terry Funk, Eugene, Zach Gowen, Yuki Myamoto, Mad Man Pondo, and more. He also discusses seeing his first death match invitational tournament, how one wrestler was gashed to the bone but still made it to the after party, and seeing a dangerous cruiserweight match with zero padding around ringside. PLUS: Find out who won our Kevin Nash shoot interview giveaway and info on how to enter this week’s contest!
Plus all new exclusive segments from Joe "The Assassin" Hamilton, "The Genius" Lanny Poffo, RF Video, Danny Doring, and Michael Modest.
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