TNA Knockout Brittany (Santana Garrett) may be on her way back to TNA. We noted over the weekend, via press release sent to us by her rep, that her deal with the company expired last month. She has been working independent shows and recently worked the Shine iPPV on Friday. Brittany and TNA are talking so it’s possible that they can work out something before the January tapings to keep the storyline with Sam Shaw going.
Matt Hardy and Reby Sky will know in about a month if they are having a boy or a girl. Their first child’s due date is June.
Dixie Carter indicated in an interview last week with Jeremy Borash that she would be open to bringing back Vince Russo at some point. She also said things to make it look like it was TNA that wanted to move away from Spike TV.
“I’m a big Vince Russo fan. I think he’s very talented. I think he gets a bad rap, but I feel like the way everything played itself out, when I’m negotiating a business deal and it’s private, you have to keep certain things confidential, whether it’s a new signing, or how your creative is going. All things are critical to the right element, and things were getting out concerning his involvement, and it was becoming a distraction. I think he’s incredibly talented. I really do. But its like when you have a football player on your team, and that player is getting a certain amount of attention and distraction, he may be a very good player but you’ve got to ask yourself if it’s the right thing for where you’re at right now, and if you’re trying to create a certain kind of locker room of peace, we were right in the middle of very important stuff, and we didn’t need that. I’m a fan, but it wasn’t the time to take it to another level. Vince has worked with us three different times and the one thing I’ve learned in wrestling is that you never say never and I’ll never say never on Vince.”
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