TNA Breaking Up A Popular Act?, Taylor Wilde News, Update On Injured Knockout
source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter
— Within the offices of TNA, there has been talk of breaking up LAX. Homicide and Hernandez are both against the move, and have been fighting it. TNA President Dixie Carter is a big fan of LAX, thus explaining why they’re champs at the moment, as well as their renewed push. No word yet on why they want to split them up.
— Chickfight.tv reported last week that Melissa Anderson (also known as as Raisha Saeed in TNA) suffered a serious leg injury last Thursday during a routine workout at her local gym. Anderson posted the following blog on her MySpace page regarding her injury:
Subject: Feeling Better!
Body: Hi friends! I just wanted to say Thank You for all the get well messages. I was able to get plenty of rest over the weekend and my leg injury seems not to be as serious as we first thought it was. It’s a big relief and I should be back to my old self in no time! I’m finally moving around and was even able to attend and watch the next set of ChickFight tapings. I can’t tell you how happy I was to finally meet Holly Hearse in person! She’s awesome and is perfect for ChickFight TV! The tapings went really well and I hope to co-host the show with her some time in the future.
That’s it for now. Thank you for all your support. It means a lot to me. Especially when I was down and out.
Take Care and keep checking for more updates on www.ChickFight. TV for the latest news about the show!
— Regarding Taylor Wilde’s first TNA Knockouts title defense at the Victory Road pay-per-view last month, there was some surprise backstage at the total lack of crowd reaction to her. The feeling was that the crowd in attendance were more occasional and not regular TV viewers of Impact, since her title win that aired three nights earlier got over pretty big in Orlando. TNA made the decision to put Wilde over Kong clean a second time with the idea that they had just created a new star.
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