Major Heat On TNA Knockout Over Trading Cards Incident

Ryan Clark


Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter

Rhaka Khan has a lot of heat on her over a debacle involving TNA trading cards.

In an unrelated issue, officials let the WWE Hall of Fame deal slide because she’s relatively new to the business and probably didn’t know better. Officials told TNA employess to not attend the event, but she did anyway.

TNA recently signed a trading cards deal, and everyone on the roster had to autograph 1,000 trading cards bearing their likeness. Everyone on the roster did it at a recent taping, with the exception of Khan, and one or two other bigger stars, who promised to Fed-Ex them because they didn’t want to sign all of the cards right then and there. Khan did indeed Fed-Ex the cards a few days later.

The head of the trading card company contacted TNA and was said to be furious. The head was upset because some of the signatures didn’t match and believed that someone else forged Khan’s signatures. What happened is, ‘Rhaka’ was misspelled on some of the cards, as was ‘Khan’ on others.

When confronted about it, Khan explained that she got tired of signing all those cards and changed her signature midway. Jeff Jarrett made the call to eliminate Rhaka Khan from the upcoming trading card set.

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