Though the person Kevin Thorn wrestled on last night’s edition of ECW on Sci Fi appeared to be the typical nondescript, run-of-the-mill local wrestler WWE uses on TV when they need a jobber to put a star over, he is actually a former WWE star currently in developmental trying to get back on the main roster. The guy Thorn wrestled was K.C. James, who briefly had an unnoteworthy run on SmackDown last year when he was in a tag team with Idol Stevens with Michelle McCool as their manager. The team couldn’t stay afloat after McCool was taken off the road because she got sick, and so they were sent back down to OVW. Anyway, James worked under the name James Curtis in the match with Thorn. James recently cut his hair, so that might explain as to why he didn’t appear to be too familiar. He currently holds the OVW Southern Tag Team Championship with former TNA also-ran Cassidy O’Reilly.
This past Saturdayâ<80><99>s edition of TNA iMPACTâ<80><99>s two hour reply scored a 0.5 rating.
TNA will be releasing a new TNA CD featuring theme tunes of the TNA stars. The new CD will be called â<80><9c>Meltdownâ<80> and is scheduled to be released on November 20th. The CD will feature Kurt Angle, Scott Steiner, LAX, Christopher Daniels, Cowboy James Storm, and the Motor City Machine Guns, among others theme tunes.
The advertised card for tomorrowâ<80><99>s TNA house show in Birmingham, Alabama features:
– Abyss vs. AJ Styles
– LAX vs. Triple X
– James Storm vs. Rhino
– Gail Kim vs. Jackie Moore vs. Ms. Brooks
– Sonjay Dutt vs. Kaz,
– Chris Harris, Eric Young, Jay Lethal and Robert Roode will also be appearing.