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Posted in: TNA
Major Magazine Doing Article on Dixie, Details on TNA's New Backstage Interviewer, More
By Marc Middleton
Oct 21, 2013 - 8:12:03 AM

- Brooke Tessmacher tweeted after last night's Knockouts match and had words for Lei'D Tapa:

"I dragged each of you @TheODBBAM @gailkimITSME tonight! I was completely robbed by @LeiD_Tapa!! This isn’t over, it’s just began! #FirstLady"

- The new backstage interviewer that debuted for TNA at Bound For Glory is Gil Corsey, who works as an anchor at the FOX affiliate in Louisville, Kentucky. Gil has also worked as an anchor in Texas, North Carolina and West Virginia. He graduated from the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University.

- Word going around backstage at Bound For Glory was that the company sold about 3,000 tickets before the walk-up sales last night.

- Sports Illustrated will be doing a story on TNA President Dixie Carter soon.

Very Revealing Tessmacher & Gail Kim Pics, TNA Negotiating with a Big Name, More...

Partial source: PWInsider

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