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Angelina Love says Dixie Carter wanted her to shave her head, why she left TNA and she's not a fan of Eric Bischoff and Bruce Prichard

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Angelina Love was interviewed on the recent episode of the "Pro Wrestling Boom Podcast with Jason Powell." She talked about her current run in Ring Of Honor, her run in Impact Wrestling as part of The Beautiful People, her thoughts on Dixie Carter, her stay in WWE's developmental system and why things did not work out, and her plans for her post in-ring career.

Love was asked if Dixie Carter took a lot of pride in the Knockouts Division:

“I think so, but she also made a ridiculous amount of mistakes that pretty much makes nobody who was working for TNA a fan of hers today. At first, it was cool, a female president, then she changed and a lot of things changed, and a lot of things started going downhill after that.”

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What led to your departures from TNA:

“The first time I left in 2009 was because they screwed up my work visa. A lot of people thought that was my fault, but that literally had nothing to do with me. It was all the company. Once they resolved that, I came back in 2010. I quit in 2012 because I was not being used properly. That Winter storyline was going nowhere. Then Vince (Russo) was out, and new people were in.

If you weren’t ex-WWE, or if they didn’t come up with a storyline for you, you were not used. I was paid per appearance. After that, Dixie told me that she wanted me to shave my head and do a completely different character. I was like, ‘What part did you say?’, and she just couldn’t get out of the conversation fast enough. Nobody seemed to care at that time. Bruce Prichard was there. Eric Bischoff was there. I was not a fan of theirs so I decided it was time for me to go. After five years of me and Velvet killing it, if they couldn’t see my worth at that point, I didn’t need to stay there.”

Click here to listen to the entire interview on the Pro Wrestling Boom podcast.

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