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TNA Impact Wrestling Rating, Austin Aries Comments on Dixie's Heel Turn, TNA Stars to Japan
By Marc Middleton
Oct 18, 2013 - 9:07:24 PM

- The Great Muta's Wrestle-1 promotion announced that two TNA wrestlers will be coming to Japan for the promotion's next Tokyo show on November 16th.

- Austin Aries recently spoke with Comcast about Dixie Carter's recent heel turn:

"I'm all for it, personally. If it's going to usher in an era of people being honest and open and being their true selves. Then I'll fit in quite well. Everyone who knows me knows I'm not afraid to speak my mind. I'd love the opportunity to stand in the ring with the new Dixie Carter and clear the air."

- Thursday's episode of Impact Wrestling episode scored a 0.84 cable TV rating, up from last week's 0.82 rating. This week's show averaged 1.10 million viewers, up from the previous week's 1.08 million average.

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