In a correction from yesterday's report concerning Lauren Williams' (professionally known as "Angelina Love") sudden departure from Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, it was noted that she had been working under a visa she obtained during her time under contract to World Wrestling Entertainment as a developmental talent a few years ago. This is incorrect as her visa would have been deemed invalid as soon as she was let go — her release occurred in May 2007. According to a person in the know, she has actually been working without a visa for the past two years, which is illegal.
Basically, if you are not a legal citizen of the United States, you must apply for a new working visa each and every time you start with a new employer. Seeing how Williams is a Canadian citizen working in the United States, she falls under this category. The person applying must initiate the matter themselves by either having: enough money in the bank to support themselves; a U.S. sponsor; or a company confirming they will employ them in the U.S.
In September 2007, Williams was contacted by TNA officials to appear at their annual October pay-per-view, Bound for Glory. For all of the debuting Knockouts — including Williams — the 10-Knockout Gauntlet to crown the first TNA Women's Champion was in actuality a tryout match. Williams passed with flying colors as she was signed to a contract a few days following the match and instantly became a regular television character. However, this is where the problem occurred.
From a legal standpoint, her work visa issues were supposed to be taken care of before she could sign her contract with TNA, but apparently weren't. Likewise, company officials carelessly ignored the issue as well. For instance, this explains why it took so long for Gail Kim — who like Williams is a citizen of Canada — to debut in WWE this past year as her work visa issues had to be resolved before she could legally start with the company. In Williams' case, she made a glaring mistake by starting with her new employer before first getting her visa situation taken care of. Considering Williams has been working without a visa for the past two years, both she and TNA could face serious legal ramifications should federal agents become informed of this alarming matter.
As far as possible punishment is concerned, Williams could be subject to deportation and banned from entering the United States for ten years. She may also be forced to pay back any money she garnered by working as an illegal immigrant in the U.S.
According to the source, when TNA president Dixie Carter was informed by her legal team about the amount of trouble her company could face as a result of employing an illegal immigrant, she hastily made the decision to terminate Williams' contract.
With the departure of Angelina Love from TNA, talk is going around that indy valet Trina Michaels may get her chance in the company and form a new version of "The Beautiful People." At the invitation of company personnel, Michaels attended a recent iMPACT! taping and sat in the front row. As of late, her MySpace page has become very "TNA friendly." It is also well known that Mick Foley and Hernandez are close friends with her. You can see some images of Michaels from the iMPACT! taping at the following link.
Finlay & The Great Khali def. Kane & Mike Knox John Morrison def. Rey Mysterio (New Intercontinental Champion) Maria & Eve def. Layla & Natalya Matt Hardy vs. World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk (No Contest, Non-Title)
CLEVELAND – While the WWE Universe is still coming to terms with the departure of Jeff Hardy, it witnessed the crowning of a new Intercontinental Champion in John Morrison, as well as the reemergence of one of WWE’s most ominous forces – The Undertaker!
Hardy "Punked"? (PHOTOS | VIDEO) Covered in Jeff Hardy-style face paint, World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk teased the WWE Universe by entering the arena to Jeff Hardy’s entrance music. Punk went on to disparage The Charismatic Enigma, flaunt his own “straightedge” lifestyle and dare his WWE Breaking Point opponent, Undertaker, to face him in the ring.
But instead of The Phenom, it was Matt Hardy who charged into the ring to brawl with The Straightedge Superstar. The emotion-charged fight ended only when WWE officials separated the two Superstars. Later, when CM Punk confronted SmackDown General Manger Theodore Long, Teddy agreed for both Superstars to meet in a non-title match later in the night.
VIDEO: A look at Jeff Hardy’s last match in WWE
Matt Hardy vs. World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk (No Contest, Non-Title) (PHOTOS | VIDEO) In Matt Hardy’s first one-on-one match on SmackDown since having abdominal surgery, he was looking to represent the Hardy name and take down the reigning champion in the night’s main event. In a battle of wills, it was anyone’s match to win. However, before a victor could be decided, Undertaker emerged to confront his WWE Breaking Point opponent. In a swift and powerful assault, The Phenom chokeslammed Punk through the announce table, leaving him a lifeless heap on the arena floor. Is it a sign of things to come at WWE Breaking Point? (Preview)
John Morrison def. Rey Mysterio (New Intercontinental Champion) (PHOTOS | VIDEO) In the biggest match of his career, John Morrison finally did what Dolph Ziggler has been unable to do – dethrone Rey Mysterio to win the Intercontinental Championship. Despite a valiant fight from Mysterio to hold onto what was his, it was Starship Pain from The Friday Night Delight which ushered in the new champion. Now, Morrison will defend his new title against Dolph Ziggler at WWE Breaking Point. (Preview)
VIDEO: SmackDown After the Bell: John Morrison hosts “The Palace of Wisdom”
Finlay & The Great Khali def. Kane & Mike Knox (PHOTOS | VIDEO) Even with The Great Khali at Finlay's side, Kane and Mike Knox formed an imposing challenge for The Fighting Irishman and his massive partner. In the end, it was the smallest Superstar of the four – Finlay – who earned the victory for his team, when he smashed big Mike Knox in the head with his trusty shillelagh to get the pinfall. At WWE Breaking Point, The Great Khali and Kane will square off one-on-one in a Singapore Cane Match. (Preview)
Drew McIntyre assaults R-Truth (PHOTOS | VIDEO) After being “overlooked” last week, Drew McIntyre said he wanted to make a statement. Unfortunately for R-Truth, McIntyre used him to deliver his painful message. After Truth entered performing his signature “What’s Up!?" song, McIntyre brutally assaulted him, leveling him with a Double-Arm DDT. What's next from this young Superstar?
Maria & Eve def. Layla & Natalya (PHOTOS | VIDEO) With a well-executed Handspring Splash, Eve dropped Layla to get the victory for her team. The win was a measure of retribution for the previous night, when Natalya pinned Eve in a Six-Person Mixed Tag Team Match on “WWE Superstars” (Results).
WWE.com has dropped their "Industry News" section, which used to report news from other promotions as well as news posted on other wrestling related websites. The feeling behind the original launch of the section was that it would increase traffic to the site as people would go to WWE.com instead of other pro wrestling sites, but because it had no effect on traffic, WWE decided to dump the section.
The following is an excerpt from an article from Scripps News:
Senerchia is now pursuing a new challenge as a color commentator for TNA Wrestling, the Nashville, Tenn.-based company that is trying to make inroads into WWE's industry-wide dominance.
"I couldn't be happier," Senerchia said in a recent telephone interview. "TNA reminds me of the original ECW, but with a real TV contract, real money and a lot of big names.
"We're not at the level of WWE yet. We're still young. There will be some growing pains. But the work ethic and passion are there to give our audience the best product possible."
Working for TNA requires less travel while providing Senerchia a greater chance to expand his wrestling horizons beyond announcing.
"I do a little bit of everything," said Senerchia, who made his TNA debut in July as Samoa Joe's "adviser." "Backstage, I'm assigned to (watch) talent that they want me to help nurture. I've also given feedback on the TV shows from a different perspective, having not only wrestled for WWE but worked in the studio."
Senerchia admits that a "little part" of his decision to leave WWE stemmed from the demands company owner Vince McMahon places on his announcing crew. Senerchia called the action on "Smackdown" (8 p.m. EDT Fridays, MyNetwork TV) and then ECW (10 p.m. Tuesdays, Syfy Network) after WWE relaunched that brand in 2006.
While offering heavy praise for McMahon and other top WWE officials, Senerchia said he performs "much better in a looser, relaxed atmosphere." McMahon's heavy-handed approach also prompted Mick Foley to leave WWE for TNA last year.
"At times, it's a little obnoxious to have so many people in your ear," Senerchia said. "You have to listen to your (announcing) partner, the executive producer and the company owner while trying to follow the talent in the ring and tell a story. I only have two ears, not six."
Taz is said to have already gained TNA president Dixie Carter’s trust as someone who has a good mind for the wrestling business. As previously noted, Taz was given some backstage agent responsibility following the releases of Dutch Mantel and Savio Vega.
Now, The PWTorch Newsletter reports that Taz may be receiving even more backstage responsbility within the company. There’s talk that the former ECW and WWE star has been making contributions to the TNA creative team, which may lead to a bigger role in the process sometime down the line.
Multiple sources within TNA feel BG James is at high risk of losing his job as backstage agent. One company source noted that James appears to be "hanging by a thread" and speculated that TNA would probably line up a replacement before letting him go since he was the only person going on the road for live events after Dutch Mantel was released and before Scott D'Amore was brought back. The former WWF tag team champion had a falling out with Jeff Jarrett this past summer, so it's unlikely that he would be let go as a result of his longtime friendship with him.
TNA iMPACT Report - September 3rd, 2009 Report by PWInsider, Richard Trionfo
We start off with a reminder that we have some qualifying matches for the main event at No Surrender. The women’s tag tournament continues tonight as well.
We are live on tape from Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida and your announcers are Mike ‘Does Disney get his rights too’ Tenay and Taz.
Do you remember last week when Rhino tried to break Jesse Neal in half, only to see Devon make the save.
Match Number One: Rhino versus Sting in a No Surrender Bracket A Qualifying Match
Rhino with a kick and punch but Sting with a hard Irish whip. Sting with an Irish whip and a Stinger Splash or two. Sting with a kick to the leg and then he puts Rhino in the Scorpion Death Lock. Rhino tries to power out of the hold and Rhino is able to get to the ropes. Rhino with an Irish whip and shoulder into the corner. Rhino works on the ribs and then Rhino raises his arms. Rhino with a punch to the ribs and then he works on the kidneys. Rhino punches Sting in the corner and the arms go up again. Rhino chokes Sting. Rhino with a snap mare and body scissors. Rhino with a punch to Sting followed by a chop. Sting with an Irish whip but he misses the Stinger Splash. Rhino hits the belly-to-belly suplex and he flips off the crowd in a digitized manner. Rhino misses the GORE and Sting hits the Scorpion Death Drop for the three count. Winner: Sting
After the match, Rhino GORES Sting and then he punches Sting while showing the crowd that they are number one on each hand. The referee sends Rhino out of the ring, but the referee is not that effective because Sting falls victim to another GORE. More referees come into the ring to point at Rhino and keep him away from Sting. The TNA medical staff checks on Sting as we go to commercial.
We are back and do you remember Rhino’s post match attack on Sting after losing?
We see A.J. Styles checking on Sting as Sting gets his ribs taped up.
We are in the Main Event Mafia dressing room and Booker is saying something to Kurt Angle. Kurt points out that he has to deal with Matt Morgan in two weeks and Scott Steiner and Booker screwed things up. We see Kip fixing some wires and Booker wonders what happened to Kip. Booker wants Kip to leave. Kurt has had enough of the insanity so he leaves.
Match Number Two: Chris Sabin with Alex Shelley versus A.J. Styles in a Bracket Two No Surrender Qualifying Tournament Match
They lock up and Sabin with a waist lock. Styles with a standing switch and Sabin with a wrist lock. Styles with a reversal but Sabin with a reversal of his own. Sabin with a kick and Japanese arm drag. Styles with an arm drag. Styles with a side head lock take down. Sabin with a head scissors but Styles escapes. Sabin with a side head lock and styles with a phenomenal drop kick that sends Sabin to the floor. Sabin with a head scissors on the floor. Sabin hot shots Styles onto the guardrails. Sabin sends Styles back into the ring and then he sends Styles into the turnbuckles and chokes him with his boot. Sabin with a knee as Styles comes off the ropes. Sabin with a snap mare into a reverse chin lock. Styles with an elbow and punch but Sabin with a knee and kick. Styles grabs Sabin’s leg and sends him to the mat. Styles with a clothesline and running elbow. Sabin sends Styles to the apron and Styles hits the phenomenal forearm but he can only get a two count. Styles sets for the Styles Clash but Sabin counters with a rollup. Sabin tries for a tornado DDT and Styles counters into a package suplex for a near fall. Styles sends Sabin into the turnbuckles but Sabin moves. Styles tries for the moonsault into the inverted DDT but Sabin counters and Sabin hits the running boot. Sabin misses a springboard move and Styles hits the Pele kick and Styles hits the Styles Clash for the three count. Winner: A.J. Styles
Lauren is in the back with Hernandez and she asks Hernandez about the conflict that he has over having to face Homicide. Hernandez says that with the amount of people on the roster, he has to wrestle Homicide. He says that he made a promise that he would not stop until he becomes the first Latino champion. Eric Young stops by and he says that he wants Hernandez in the World Elite. Eric says that it was not a coincidence. Eric says that him and Hernandez are brothers. Eric says that he had hopes and dreams when he came to this country but they were dashed. Eric says that American dreams are only reserved for Americans. Eric will show that they are familia. We go to commercial.
We are back and Daniels makes his way to the ring. He says that on September 20th at No Surrender he walks into the ring one more time as the challenger for the X Division title. Before that goes down, he has something to say to Joe face to face and he wants Joe to come to the ring.
Joe obliges and he comes to the ring. Daniels tells Joe that he did not think that they would be wrestling for the X Division title under these circumstances. Daniels reminds Joe of the time that the company revolved around the X Division. You talked about three men, Samoa Joe, Christopher Daniels, and A.J. Styles. Daniels says that it was more special because they came up together and worked all over the world. They became closer than friends, they became like family. Daniels says that all of that work paid off four years ago at Unbreakable 2005 when Joe and A.J. challenged him for the title and how it was the main event of the pay per view. Daniels says that was the night when people realized that TNA was the future of professional wrestling.
Joe tells Daniels that he gave him ample time to make a point he cares about and he has things he needs to do. Daniels wants to know what Joe has to do. Daniels tells Joe that the Main Event Mafia is scared of Joe. Daniels reminds Joe that he beat each of them when he was champion. They convinced Taz to have Joe join the Main Event Mafia. Daniels says that Joe threw away his friendships and integrity. Daniels tells Joe that his friends don’t even recognize him. Daniels asks Joe how his wife and son can respect him knowing that he is a sell out. Daniels asks Taz but Joe with a head and arm Joeplex. We go to commercial.
We are back and Lauren is with Matt Morgan and she wants to know what is going on with the Main Event Mafia. Matt asks who is playing head games. Matt says that he thought Scotty and Booker were setting him up for failure. He says that it is a learning experience and a rookie mistake on his part. Matt says that things are great between him and the Main Event Mafia and even better between him and Kurt. They have each other’s back. Matt says that he is counting down the days until No Surrender.
Match Number Three: Suicide versus Doug Williams in a Bracket Two No Surrender Qualifying Match
They lock up and Williams works on the arm but Suicide reverses using the ropes. Williams with a snap mare but Suicide with a wrist lock. Williams with another snap mare but Suicide returns to the arm. Williams with a knee to the back followed by a reverse chin lock. Suicide returns to the arm. Suicide charges into a boot but Suicide gets Williams up and hits a running fireman’s carry slam for a near fall. Williams with a waist lock and he sends Suicide into the turnbuckles and hits a belly-to-back suplex. Williams with a running knee to the head. Williams chokes Suicide in the ropes and then connects with a snap mare into a neck vise. Williams with a knee drop to the head. Suicide with a series of chops but Williams with a flying European uppercut but he cannot get the three count because he posed for no reason. Williams with a punch to Suicide and then he chokes Suicide in the ropes. Williams with a snap suplex for a near fall. Williams with an Irish whip and running knee. Williams goes to the top turnbuckle but Suicide with a kick that sends Williams back to the mat. Suicide with punches to Williams and the referee pulls him off. Suicide with a drop kick and clothesline. Suicide with a side Russian leg sweep and then he slams Williams.
D’Angelo Dinero comes out and Suicide hits a cross body onto Dinero. Williams hits Chaos Theory for the three count. Winner: Doug Williams
Jeremy Borash is with Sting and he tells Sting that he might have three cracked ribs. Jeremy asks Sting if he is thinking straight if he is going to continue to wrestle. Sting asks how many more times will he get to wrestle for the title. Sting says that the beginning is right in front of him.
We see Velvet Sky and Angelina Love in their lair as we go to commercial.
We are back and Lauren is with Angelina and Velvet and Lauren asks them if they know who Madison’s ‘mystery partner’ is. Velvet threatens to hurt Lauren if she insults them again. Velvet says that she does not care who Madison’s partner is. Angelina suggests that Lauren be Madison’s partner. Angelina restates that she does not care who Madison’s partner is next week.
Match Number Four: Sojournor Bolt and Hamada versus Tara and Christy Hemme in a Women’s Tag Title Tournament Match
Tara and Hamada start things off and they lock up and Hamada with a waist lock but Tara with a standing switch. We get a few more standing switches. Tara with a rollup and bridge for a near fall. Hamada with a leg sweep but Tara grabs the ankle and gets a near fall. Tara bows as a sign of respect and Hamada shows no respect with a kick. Hamada with a springboard moonsault for a near fall. Bolt tags in and she kicks Tara in the face. Tara with a slam and Christy is tagged in and she hits a leg drop for a near fall. Christy with an Irish whip but she misses a splash. Bolt sends Christy into the turnbuckles and Hamada is tagged in and hits a double sledge followed by a kick to the head. Hamada with a head butt as we go to commercial.
We are back and Bolt works over Christy. Tara is tagged in and she punches Bolt. Tara with a clothesline and then she hits a thrust kick for a near fall and Hamada breaks up the cover. Hemme with an inverted DDT on Hamada. Tara with the Widow’s Peak for the three count. Winners: Tara and Christy Hemme
After the match, Tara brings out her tarantula for some air. Hamada with the Hamada Driver on Bolt since Bolt lost the match.
Jeremy Borash is with Kurt Angle in the back and Jeremy tells Angle that he thinks Matt Morgan is working him. Kurt says that he is the master manipulator and he says Matt needs him more than Kurt needs him. Kurt and Matt meet in the back and Matt suggests things that they can do. He would love to team with Kurt out there. Kurt asks Matt if he is screwing with him and Matt says that screwing with Kurt Angle is career suicide. Matt says that when it comes down to the two of them, there will be no questions asked. Kurt is satisfied with that.
We go to commercial.
We are back with an LAX video package.
Match Number Five: Homicide versus Hernandez in a Bracket One No Surrender Qualifying Match
They hug at the start of the match and then they lock up and Hernandez sends Homicide to the mat. They lock up again and Homicide with a waist lock and side head lock. Homicide with a kick and punch. Homicide tries for a sunset flip but Hernandez does not go over. Hernandez with an overhead throw by the throat. Hernandez tries for the Border Toss but Homicide escapes and hits a drop kick and gets a near fall. Homicide with a punch to Hernandez. Hernandez with chops but Homicide with kicks to the leg. Homicide works on the knee. Homicide with a forearm to the back. Homicide with shoulders in the corner and then Homicide kicks Hernandez in the knee again. Homicide tries for a Tornado DDT but Hernandez returns Homicide to the turnbuckles and hits an overhead belly-to-belly suplex. Hernandez misses a charge but Hernandez with a uranage slam for the three count. Winner: Hernandez
After the match, Hernandez offers his hand and Homicide shakes it. Hernandez raises Homicide’s hand.
We go to commercial.
We are back and Lauren is with Doug Williams, Brutus Magnus, and Rob Terry. Lauren asks Doug about his opponent. Doug says that he is a big fan of A.J’s and considers him one of the best. However, he ranks himself higher than Styles. Doug says that he will give them a one-on-one match with no tricks our interference.
Jeremy Borash is with A.J. Styles. Jeremy asks A.J. about what happened a few weeks ago. A.J. says that his confidence is back and he thanks Sting for that. Styles says that he hit rock bottom but it was necessary to move forward.
Kurt Angle enters the Impact Zone through the Anglevator and he goes to the announce table.
Match Number Six: Doug Williams versus A.J. Styles in the Bracket Two Qualifying Finals for No Surrender
They lock up to a stalemate. Styles with a single leg take down and Williams with a side head lock and take down but Styles with a head scissors. Williams escapes the head scissors and he works on the ankle. Styles with a rollup for a near fall. Williams with a single leg take down and he tries for a bow and arrow but Styles with a near fall. Williams with a kick but Styles with forearms. Williams with a side head lock. Styles with a slam and a phenomenal knee drop for a near fall. Styles with a forearm to the back and then he works on Williams’ knee and ankle. Williams with a forearm but Styles with a punch. Williams with an Irish whip but Styles moves on the charge. Williams with an uppercut for a near fall. Williams with a snap mare and heads scissors. Williams drives Styles head into the mat and gets a near fall. Styles with an Irish whip and then they bump heads and both go down. Williams and Styles exchange forearms and then Williams with an uppercut but Styles with the phenomenal drop kick. Styles with the flip dive to the floor and he nails Williams. Styles brings Williams back into the ring and gets a near fall. Styles with a torture rack into a spinning power bomb for a near fall. Styles puts Williams on the top turnbuckle and Williams knocks Styles off and Williams hits the corkscrew European uppercut for a near fall. Williams with head butts and European uppercuts. Styles with a discus clothesline and both men are down. Williams tries for Chaos Theory again but Styles blocks it and hits the springboard moonsault into the inverted DDT for the three count. Winner: A.J. Styles
Jeremy Borash is with A.J. Styles at ringside to ask him about making it into the main event at No Surrender. Styles says that he is not done yet. He says that he still has to climb the mountain and nobody is going to stop him. Styles celebrates with the fans. We go to commercial.
We are back and Lauren is with Team 3D and Jesse Neal. Ray says that him and Devon are heroes to wrestling fans all over the world, but Jesse is a true American hero. He reminds us that Jesse was on the USS Cole when it got blew up. Rhino took Jesse under his wing to train Jesse and help him, but Rhino beat the crap out of him and left him laying. Was it because Jesse wasn’t the toughest in the world. Ray says that Rhino wasn’t the toughest when they were in ECW. Ray says that Jesse is now under the protection of Team 3D and they are going to train him properly. Ray says that Jesse will be a War Machine when they are done.
Devon says that they have not forgotten about the British Invasion. He says that they are walking around with their IWGP Tag Titles. In the next fifteen minutes, they are going to come for them and then Booker and Steiner are next. At No Surrender, they better be ready.
Match Number Seven: Hernandez versus Sting in the Bracket One Qualifying Match Finals for No Surrender
They lock up and Hernandez runs Sting into the turnbuckles to work on the already injured ribs. The referee asks Sting if he wants to continue and Sting is not done. Sting with a side head lock and Hernandez runs Sting into the turnbuckles again. Sting punches and chops Hernandez and hits a reverse atomic drop and a drop kick but Sting stays down after he hits the mat on the drop kick. Hernandez takes his time picking up Sting and then he sends Sting into the turnbuckles and connects with shoulders to the ribs. Hernandez with a chop and then he hits a body block.
Homicide comes out and he attacks Sting and the referee calls for the bell. Winner: Sting by Disqualification
Security takes ‘Homicide’ away and he is a lot whiter and it is Eric Young.
We go to commercial.
We are back and Hernandez is in the ring and he has a mic. Hernandez tells Eric Young that he is tired of his games and he wants Eric to come to the ring. Doug Williams and Brutus Magnus try to Pearl Harbor Hernandez but their attack fails. Kiyoshi, Bashir, and Rob Terry attack Hernandez and Terry slams Hernandez. A.J. Styles comes out and connects with a few clotheslines but then the World Elite realize that they outnumber him. The bell rings and that brings out Roode and Storm. World Elite flee the ring. Team 3D show up and now the World Elite are cornered. Time for a twelve man brawl. Storm, Roode, Team 3D, and A.J. are in control inside the Impact Zone while Hernandez and Eric Young go to the back.
Bashir begs for mercy but Ray with an elbow drop while Bashir prays. Ray with a back body drop and then Ray with a slam and it is time for some Wassup. Are you ready for some tables? Here they come. Scott Steiner and Booker T come to the ring and they battle with Team 3D. Steiner with a T-Bone Suplex to Ray and Booker with a Bookend to Devon. Storm and Roode work over Booker and Steiner until Williams and Magnus get involved. Williams with a flying European uppercut to Roode. Steiner and Booker send Storm through the table.
-- Women's wrestling blog site Diva-Dirt.com is reporting that TNA president Dixie Carter recently issued a mandate to strictly hire 'beautiful women'. It was noted that while she is solely interested in hiring 'beautiful women', she wants women who can actually wrestle.
As reported earlier, former WWE Diva Kristal Marshall is expected to join the promotion in the near future. TNA officials also have their sights set on another former Diva, that being Candice Michelle.
Michelle's name has been discussed in recent weeks in regards to bringing her in. She was released from WWE on June 17, 2009, shortly after being cleared to return to the ring. Hence, her ninety-day no-compete clause is set to expire two weeks from now
The official TNA website removed Angelina Love's bio from the roster page this afternoon, thus confirming Internet reports saying she is no longer an active member of the TNA roster. Her photos have also been removed from the Knockouts photo gallery. It was reported earlier today that TNA released Love after an apparent issue with her working visa not being renewed.
Former TNA Knockouts Champion Angelina Love has been released by TNA. The reason for the release is that there was some form of issue with her work Visa either expiring or not being properly renewed. Love has been working under the Visa that she was issues when she got her WWE developmental deal. Due to her not having the proper paper work, TNA was said to have their hands tied, since they cannot legally use her without the proper paperwork complete.
It will be interested to see how TNA handles the situation and writes her out of the storylines, as Angelina Love and Velvet Sky had advanced to the finals of the Knockouts tag title tournament, which will conclude at the No Surrender pay-per-view. Love and Sky, forming The Beautiful People, have been the top heel act on the Knockouts division since they formed their alliance.
ROHWrestling.com has posted the following, announcing that Nigel McGuinness has agreed in principle to a contract with World Wrestling Entertainment:
Nigel McGuinness has agreed in principle to a contract with World Wrestling Entertainment.
Nigel has been a tremendous leader in the Ring of Honor locker room and, without question, a wonderful performer. His merits, both in and out of the ring, are extraordinary and any locker room with Nigel McGuinness in it is better for it. We couldn't be happier for Nigel as he takes the next step in his stellar wrestling career, and we extend our heartfelt gratitude to Nigel for all he's worked for and through.
Nigel has pledged to fulfill his scheduled Ring of Honor commitments. Please join us in Philadelphia, Boston, and New York as we bid an extremely fond farewell to another member of our family.
Everyone at Ring of Honor is extremely proud to have called both Nigel McGuinness and Bryan Danielson their own; and we looking forward to seeing their stars shine brighter than ever. Like many of the wonderful sons of Ring of Honor that have written new chapters in their wrestling annals, we will look on with a bittersweet smile to the future where we have no doubt that Nigel and Bryan will amaze the masses – just like they've done so many times in Ring of Honor.
With the closing of this chapter a new one opens in Ring of Honor. We now look to an exciting time where new stars will blaze their own paths, while looking back in reverence to those who came before them. Who will seize the opportunity and carry the torch for ROH? We only hope that whoever it is will carry it with the same respect - the same honor - that Bryan and Nigel have.
Evan Bourne def. “The Masterpiece” Chris Masters William Regal def. Tyler Reks The Hart Dynasty def. Cryme Tyme and Eve in a Six-Person Mixed Tag Team Match
With two weeks to go until WWE Breaking Point, Superstars and Divas from Raw, SmackDown and ECW waged war on another amazing edition of “WWE Superstars.” From a David and Goliath showdown between the high-flying Evan Bourne and "The Masterpiece" Chris Masters to a wild Six-Person Mixed Tag Team Match, tonight’s show lived up to the “WWE Superstars” promise — expect everything.
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Evan Bourne def. “The Masterpiece” Chris Masters (Photos | Watch) On paper, it looked like it was going to be a rough night for Raw’s resident high-flyer, Evan Bourne. Up against a much larger opponent in Chris Masters, Bourne was clearly the underdog going into tonight’s contest, but the explosive Superstar wasn’t about to back down. As expected, The Masterpiece controlled the early part of the bout, dominating Bourne with wrenching submissions, but “Air” Bourne began to mount a comeback. Using his unique offense to take Masters off his feet, Bourne found an opportunity to hit the top rope and execute a breathtaking Shooting Star Press. The amazing maneuver is exactly what Bourne needed to stop the hulking Chris Masters and pull off a huge victory.
William Regal def. Tyler Reks (Photos | Watch) Flanked by the monstrous Vladimir Kozlov and Ezekiel Jackson, William Regal walked to the ring with the air of a British royal and then proceeded to attack ECW’s Tyler Reks with all the aggression of a barroom brawler. Executing the brutal holds he learned on the rough streets of Blackpool, England, Regal dominated the young ECW competitor and claimed another victory. But Reks’ bad night didn’t end there. After Regal scored the win, Jackson and Kozlov entered the ring and delivered a series of devastating maneuvers to the surfing Superstar. Can ECW Champion Christian expect the same fate on next Tuesday’s ECW on Syfy?
The Hart Dynasty def. Cryme Tyme and Eve in a Six-Person Mixed Tag Team Match (Photos | Watch) Tonight’s Six-Person Mixed Tag Team Match, pitting Cryme Tyme & Eve against Tyson Kidd, David Hart Smith and Natalya, was one of the rare occasions in which Superstars and Divas occupy the squared circle at the same time. This unique stipulation clearly benefited The Hart Dynasty, a trio who has been together since their training days in the legendary Hart Family Dungeon in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Utilizing the technical skills they learned at the educated hands of Bret Hart, The Dynasty was able to stop the explosive offense of Cryme Tyme and control the flow of the match. In the end, Natalya managed to pin Eve to score a big victory for her team in the main event of “WWE Superstars.”
former Survivor star Jenna Morasca is done with TNA wrestling. Her contract recently came up for renewal, and sources say that both sides came to an agreement not to renew the deal.
Morasca debuted last March and was brought into the Main Event Mafia as their financial backer. She will be remembered for her match at Victory Road with Sharmell, which was considered by most as the worst match in the company's 7-year history.
As noted earlier, former TNA Knockout Roxxi (Nicole Raczynski) worked an iMPACT! taping earlier this week to participate in the Knockouts Tag Team Championship Tournament. It was apparently a one-night return as Roxxi told people nobody said anything to her about returning as a regular nor was she offered a contract with the organization. She had just started working with the AAA promotion in Mexico and contacted them to say even though she worked for TNA, she's still ready to work for them. Roxxi was let go by TNA this past April after she and Rhaka Khan had a problem in a match that carried over backstage resulting in both being suspended. When Roxxi was let go, it was believed to be as result of Khan's relationship with Kurt Angle at the time.
Thanks to TJ Church for sending in this live report from the Cleveland Smackdown taping:
-There was only 1 dark match. Dolph Ziggler ripped on the people of Cleveland, before beating Jimmy Wang Yang.
-As announced weeks ago by the venue Website, the dark match main event after the show was DX vs. Legacy in a steel cage.
HHH & HBK come out to a huge reaction. HHH does his usual opening, until after he says the line about "the millions watching at home". HBK signals to him to cut that part. HHH asks around for the time. When told it's 10:30, he tells Shawn, "Raw doesn't go off the air until 11, so we're good." HBK whispers in his ear, & HHH says, "What're we doing on Smackdown?" More whispering gets, "You mean this isn't gonna be on TV at all?"
HHH says, "...thousands in attendance, &... Well, because it's Tuesday, but nobody will see any of what's just happened until Friday, but we're here anyway, so let's make the most of it,...".
Legacy comes out to huge heel heat. HBK holds the cage door open for them, but HHH is making them back away from it. DX appears to have problems deciding who will start the match for them, so the official reminds them they can tag in-&-out. They then do so about 10x without any bells or offense happening.
DX wins the match with simultaneous final moves. HHH seems to have gone backstage quickly after, but HBK circles the ring, shaking hands & interacting with fans.
Due to a change of plans, Tracy Brookshaw (professionally known as "Traci Brooks" of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling fame), 34, will not be gracing the pages of Playboy after all, let alone the cover of the magazine as previously planned. Instead, her nude pictorial will be released online.
Playboy sent out their September 2009 Cyber Club VIP Newsletter this morning to subscribers of the "Playboy Cyber Club" detailing the month's upcoming pictorials. It's noted that Brooks will be featured on the pay website later this month when her nude photos are released on the 17th.
Regarding Brooks, the newsletter noted the following: "Ever wanted to see a TNA wrestler's T & A? Here's your chance as Total Nonstop Action grappler Traci Brooks takes it all off, exclusively for Cyber Club members."
It was reported last week that Playboy had opted to pull the female grappler from her scheduled appearance in the publication in favor of a tribute to the late Farrah Fawcett, who passed away this past June.
Had things gone as scheduled, Brooks would have been the first TNA Knockout ever to grace the cover and pages of Playboy. Brooks was indeed set to grace to the cover of magazine at one point as she told the UK's Sun newspaper a few weeks ago that she would appearing on the cover and going on a media tour in October promoting the issue.
Shelton Benjamin def. Zack Ryder Ezekiel Jackson & Vladimir Kozlov def. local competitors Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels – The 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania Special Sheamus def. Goldust
CLEVELAND – Irish Eyes were smiling upon Sheamus Tuesday night, as The Celtic Warrior finally found his pot of Extreme gold with a victory over Goldust on ECW on Syfy.
Sheamus def. Goldust (No Count-Outs, No Disqualifications) (PHOTOS | WATCH) After a double count-out finish to their last match (PHOTOS | WATCH), and an intense confrontation recently on “The Abraham Washington Show,” Sheamus and Goldust were determined to put their intense rivalry to the test once again. In a No Count-Outs, No Disqualifications Match, The Celtic Warrior defeated The Bizarre One. But the win didn’t come easily, as Goldust powerfully fought off numerous attacks by Sheamus – who at one point retreated up the ramp, mid-match – before finally succumbing to The Irish Curse. Is this the end of the road for Sheamus and Goldust? Has The Celtic Warrior finally proven he’s the dominant Superstar?
Ezekiel Jackson & Vladimir Kozlov def. local competitors (PHOTOS | WATCH) With William Regal at ringside, Ezekiel Jackson & Vladimir Kozlov easily defeated two local competitors in ECW tag team action. The British Brawler further punished one of his associates’ opponents with The Regal Stretch, but was interrupted by ECW Champion Christian and Tommy Dreamer, both wielding Singapore Canes. While Jackson and Kozlov put up a strong fight, Christian and Dreamer prevailed, gaining the upper hand against No. 1 contender Regal and his devious associates. On next week’s ECW, Christian & Dreamer will meet Jackson & Kozlov in tag team action. The ECW Champion and the ECW Original have momentum going into this match, but do they have what it takes to defeat Regal’s unstoppable associates?
“The Abraham Washington Show” with Gregory Helms (PHOTOS | WATCH) After an introduction by his new sidekick, WWE Hall of Famer Tony Atlas, Abraham Washington welcomed this week’s special guest – Gregory Helms. The ECW backstage interviewer has been surrounded by controversy lately. Paul Burchill and his sister, Katie Lea, are convinced Helms is really The Hurricane. But during the talk show, the superhero Superstar appeared on the “Hurri-Cam” to challenge The Ripper to a match on next week’s ECW on Syfy. Will Burchill finally prove his theory that Helms is really The Hurricane? Will the masked Superstar triumph against his foe?
Shelton Benjamin def. Zack Ryder (PHOTOS | WATCH) Unable to compete as tag team partners on last week’s ECW (PHOTOS | WATCH), Shelton Benjamin and Zack Ryder squared off against each other. Regardless of their competitions to determine which is the more entertaining Superstar, The Gold Standard came out on top when it came down to a match. Despite a strong effort by Ryder, Benjamin hit Paydirt on the cocky, Long Island-bred Superstar to seal the Extreme victory. Is that the end of these Superstars’ rivalry? Or will Benjamin and Ryder continue to clash on Tuesday nights?
Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels – The 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania Special In a special ECW encore of The 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania Special, the WWE Universe was treated to highlights of Undertaker’s 17-0 defeat of Shawn Michaels. For more on the 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania, visit WWE.com’s coverage.
TNA will be giving six German wrestlers tryout matches when TNA tours Germany later this month. Those tryout matches will be:
* 09.25.09, Nürnberg: Absolute Andy vs. Murat Bosporus * 09.26.09 Chemnitz: Steve Douglas vs. Absolute Andy * 09.29.09 Dortmund: "Bad Bones" John Kay vs. Karsten Kretschmer * 09.30.09 Hannover: Axel Dieter Junior vs. Murat Bosporus
Thanks to Jon Krakower for sending in the following:
I was at the Raw show tonight, and after the show went off the air, with DX, Cena and Dusty Rhodes all lying in the ring.... Legacy and Orton are walking up the ramp as Triple H gets on the mic and says "Well that didn't go as planned... Why don't you guys come back down here and see if you can do it again.... Legacy starts to walk back up the ramp, and were chased by DX and Cena..(Dusty Rhodes is still shaking off the RKO).
A ref comes out, and now we have a 6 man tag match..... Pretty back and forth, with HBK taking a lot of the punishment...At one point, Cody Rhodes has HBK down, and then knocks Cena and Triple H off the apron.... Dusty Rhodes gets up on the apron, and begs HBK to tag him in...He gets the tag, then gives Cody the elbow, and continues to do the same to Legacy... We then see Orton as the last man standing, surronded by DX, Cena and Dusty Rhodes.... Rhodes hits the elbow, HBK with Sweet Chin Music, Triple H with the pedigree and the match ends with Orton tapping out to the STF.
After the match, HBK gets on the mic and says, "Ya know Cena, every time we come out here to save you, we forget to do our pre match stuff" As Triple H was getting ready to do his thing, HBK, Cena and Rhodes were having a very funny moment.... Finally Triple H gets to do the "Are You Ready...", then HBK gets ready to do his thing, but then decides to let Dusty Rhodes say "If you're not down with that..." Then all 4 men do the crotch chop, pyro and all. HBK and Triple H then entertain, and Hi-Five the fans in the front row..... I was one of them.... It was all pretty cool, especially after it seemed like we wouldn't see much action for a main event.... Although not televised, it made the night amazing.
Matt Hardy's WWE Universe blog on brother Jeff's WWE departure has been removed.
WWE.com blog entries related to departures have a history of disappearing; earlier this summer, Candice Michelle's exit comments were pulled despite being complimentary of the company. Hardy's comments on Jeff similarly featured nothing outlandish or unnecessarily revealing, with the only particularly newsworthy element being the claim that Hardy was working with herniated discs and other nagging injuries.
In adding the blog being to his MySpace account, Hardy noted that he has "no idea" why the blog disappeared from WWE's website.
TNA President Dixie Carter was a guest on the Live Audio Wrestling Internet radio show on Sunday night. Host John Pollock discussed TNA's current PPV formula of one event per month, Carter says she is not a fan of the monthly PPV format and she would like to see the formula shaken up.
"I'm not a big fan of monthly PPVs, quite honestly, but you have contracts that keep you held in and bound at times," Carter said. "We're definitely talking about trying to shake things up and do things differently in the future."
Despite the fact that TNA is a privately held company and their actual PPV buyrate figures are never officially released, the data that does get out indicates that TNA has never come close to breaking 100,000 buys for an event and change is needed.
Carter repeated her recent claims that changes are coming to TNA and that she would be addressing many of the elements of the product that have become stagnant or too formula.
"I work very, very closely [with the creative team]. I'm not going to profess to be a wrestling writer. I am good at challenging people. It's not just ratings, but other things as well," Carter said. "We've made a lot of changes internally."
WWE Champion Randy Orton vs. Cody Rhodes ended in a no contest Divas Champion Mickie James def. Beth Phoenix United States Champion Kofi Kingston def. The Miz, Jack Swagger and Carlito Mark Henry def. Unified WWE Tag Team Champion Big Show by disqualification Hornswoggle def. Chavo Guerrero in a Bull Rope Match Unified WWE Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho def. MVP Beth Phoenix def. Kelly Kelly, Gail Kim, Rosa Mendes, Jillian and Alicia Fox in an “American Dream” Six-Diva Battle Royal
DETROIT – Always a welcome sight to the WWE Universe, special guest host and WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes, made his stint on Raw a memorable one with three title matches as well as a contest he made famous: A Bull Rope Match. However, while "The American Dream" may have started out being cheered by the fans in attendance, they quickly turned on the WWE Legend when he joined The Legacy in a brutal attack on both John Cena and D-Generation X. But in a bit of poetic justice, the tables were turned once again, as Rhodes fell victim to a brutal RKO, courtesy of WWE Champion Randy Orton.
WWE Champion Randy Orton vs. Cody Rhodes ended in a no contest when The Legacy attacked guest referee John Cena, drawing out D-Generation X (PHOTOS | WATCH) Before Raw’s main event between WWE Champion Randy Orton and Cody Rhodes could begin, special guest host Dusty Rhodes reminded John Cena and the WWE Universe that there’s nothing he wouldn’t do for his son. Following his declaration, both Orton and Cody Rhodes turned on The Viper’s WWE Breaking Point opponent. The third member of Legacy then joined his associates in attacking Cena.
The treacherous act got the attention of D-Generation X, however, who rushed to the ring in spite of the three-on-two odds. After Dusty Rhodes clobbered Triple H with his boot, the multi-generational Superstars got the best of DX. But as Legacy stood proud over Cena, The Game and HBK, yet another double-cross occurred, with Orton hitting Hall of Famer Rhodes with a lightning-quick RKO. Though Cody Rhodes was initially angry about The Viper’s attack on his father, he reluctantly fell in line.
D-Generation X watched “The Rise & Fall of WCW” with Dusty Rhodes, but were interrupted by a new Shockmaster (WATCH | MORE DX) Throughout the night, Raw’s special guest host Dusty Rhodes was joined in his office by D-Generation X. Together, the three watched selected clips from the new DVD, “The Rise & Fall of WCW” (order it now on WWE Shop). Though the DVD is chock-full of fantastic moments, there’s one in particular that Triple H was missing: The coming of The Shockmaster. After explaining the moment to Rhodes and Shawn Michaels, the three were joined by an all-new Shockmaster, who revealed himself to be none other than Santino Marella.
Divas Champion Mickie James def. Beth Phoenix (PHOTOS | WATCH) Earlier in the night, Beth Phoenix defeated five other sexy, smart and powerful Divas to earn a title opportunity for the Divas Championship. With little time to rest or prepare for the match, The Glamazon faced Divas Champion Mickie James on the very same night. Participating in her second match of the night may well have taken its toll on Beth, who despite her impressive physical abilities, was unable to defeat the fan-favorite Mickie.
United States Champion Kofi Kingston def. The Miz, Jack Swagger and Carlito (PHOTOS | WATCH) In recent weeks, The Miz has made bold claims about his abilities and how he should be the one wearing the United States Championship around his waist. On Raw, special guest host Dusty Rhodes gave Miz as well as Carlito and Jack Swagger a chance to prove themselves, when he set a Fatal Four Way Match in which Kofi Kingston would defend the title. Despite an impressive showing from the three challengers, it was The Jamaican Craze who won the day, pinning Carlito to retain the United States Championship.
Mark Henry def. Unified WWE Tag Team Champion Big Show by disqualification (PHOTOS | WATCH) Though they’ll be facing one another at WWE Breaking Point as part of the Unified WWE Tag Team Match, Raw saw Mark Henry square off against Unified WWE Tag Team Champion Big Show one-on-one. Though The World’s Largest Athlete’s tag team partner, Chris Jericho, was able to send a clear message to their nemeses by defeating MVP, Big Show made his point by smashing his opponent’s head into an exposed turnbuckle. Though the act was a punishing one, it also resulted in The World’s Largest Athlete’s disqualification, giving Henry the win.
Hornswoggle def. Chavo Guerrero in a Bull Rope Match (PHOTOS | WATCH) Once again, Chavo Guerrero was forced to compete against Hornswoggle on Monday Night Raw. This time, however, their contest would be one that Dusty Rhodes made famous: A Bull Rope Match. While ‘Swoggle came to the ring dressed for success as a rope wielding cowboy, Guerrero was forced to either wear a cow costume including oversized head, or forfeit the match.
As both Superstars struggled to attain victory by tying up their opponent, the self-proclaimed “Mexican warrior” grew frustrated with his outfit, removing the cow head and going after Hornswoggle. Luckily, another Superstar rushed to the leprechaun’s aid – the high-flying Evan Bourne helped distract Guerrero, insuring ‘Swoggle’s victory. To add insult to injury, the mischievous Hornswoggle climbed to the top rope, where Bourne placed the cow head on the leprechaun, who then landed a Tadpole Splash on his opponent.
Unified WWE Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho def. MVP (PHOTOS | WATCH) After being defeated by MVP & Mark Henry during a tag team match on the previous Raw, Unified WWE Tag Team Champion Chris Jericho was eager to get payback on The Ballin’ Superstar. The nefarious Superstar pulled out all the stops during their match, pinning MVP for the win and sending a clear message to Porter & Henry, who will challenge Jericho & Big Show for the Unified WWE Tag Team Championships at WWE Breaking Point.
Beth Phoenix def. Kelly Kelly, Gail Kim, Rosa Mendes, Jillian and Alicia Fox in an “American Dream” Six-Diva Battle Royal, earning a Divas Title match (PHOTOS | WATCH) As decreed by special guest host Dusty Rhodes, not only would there be a United States Title Match on Raw, but Mickie James would also defend her Divas Championship. To determine which of WWE’s sexy, smart and powerful Divas would have the title opportunity, an “American Dream Six” Diva-Battle Royal was held. Making use of her amazing strength and power, Beth Phoenix bulldozed the competition, becoming the last Diva standing and earning the right to face Divas Champion Mickie James later in the show.
Raw’s special guest host, WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes, announced a WWE Title Match between champion Randy Orton and "The American Dream’s" son, Cody Rhodes (PHOTOS) Before Raw’s special guest host, WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes, even took to the ring, the WWE Universe knew they were in for a special night. Announced were both a Fatal Four Way for the United States Title in which champion Kofi Kingston would defend against The Miz, Jack Swagger and Carlito, as well as a colossal contest pitting The World’s Strongest Man, Mark Henry against The World’s Largest Athlete, Big Show.
Once the dancing and gyrating WWE Legend made his way to the ring and quieted down the WWE Universe in attendance, Rhodes announced that though he recognizes that his son, Cody, is arrogant, the second-generation ring warrior is well on his way to becoming a star. To prove his point, "The American Dream" set a WWE Championship Match as the night’s main event, in which his son will challenge his mentor Randy Orton for one of WWE’s most coveted titles.
To make the contest even more interesting, the Hall of Famer announced that he would be in his son’s corner as the No. 1 contender to the WWE Title, John Cena, acted as guest referee. This shocking decision lured out not only The Viper, but also Cody Rhodes, who stood side-by-side with his father in defiance of the leader of The Legacy.
A professional wrestler was arrested on drunken driving charges during a traffic stop Friday in Smithfield. Daniel Christopher Covell, 39, of Palmdale, CA, who is known by his ring name of Fallen Angel, was charged with driving while impaired after police said he registered 0.14 on the Breathalyzer. Officer J.A. Calzaretta Jr. stopped Covell’s 2009 Dodge Charger in the 2300 block of South Brightleaf Boulevard for a traffic violation, which led to his arrest. Covell was released on $2,000 bail.
- TNA has opened the official Bound For Glory website at; http://www.boundforglory5.com/. They are really hyping this as Sting's "curtain call". They have a ticker that has different "Sting Facts" throughout his career and different info on the event and downloads/classic matches, etc.
TNA officials are considering bringing in former WWE Women's Champion Jazz for a role in the Knockouts division.
Last year, TNA had Jazz pegged for the role of The Beautiful People's bodyguard, but she was pregnant at the time. The role later went to Mickie "Moose" Knuckles before she went down with a freak injury.
As reported yesterday, former TNA Knockout Roxxi will be returning to the company for the first time since her release at this week's iMPACT! tapings in Orlando. The initial belief is she is being brought back for the Knockouts Tag Team Tournament, but could get her job back if she performs well and garners a strong reaction from the crowd. Many within TNA noted how quick the company was to bring her back after Rhaka Khan fell out of favor politically due to the Kurt Angle situation. Roxxi was let go following a backstage issue with Khan earlier in the year.
-- It was announced during this past Thursday's episode of iMPACT! that Madison Rayne would be teaming up with a mystery partner against The Beautiful People in the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Tournament. It would be appear that Rayne's partner will be former Knockout Roxxi as she be working Monday and Tuesday nights' iMPACT! tapings in Orlando. Jeremy Borash made the announcement yesterday afternoon during his webcast on U-Stream. We noted this on the website yesterday.
-- Speaking of the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Tournament, the brackets are as follows (as revealed on last Thursday's iMPACT!):
BRACKET ONE * Traci Brooks and Sharmell vs. Awesome Kong and Raisha Saeed : Kong and Saeed advance * Taylor Wilde and Sarita vs. Daffney and Alissa Flash
BRACKET TWO * The Beautiful People vs. Madison Rayne and ??? * Hamada and Sojo Bolt vs. Tara and Christy Hemme
The tournament will commence at the No Surrender pay-per-view on September 20th.
Ik ben Boon Kenneth, en gebruik soms ook wel de schuilnaam Sting.
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