The Rack 03-14-13

On this week’s edition of the “Award Winning Best New Show” The Rack, host Lindsey Ward and her producer Sir Rockin as they discussed all the news that was the week in pro wrestling, including Jimmy Uso and his DUI arrest earlier in the week and what punishment he may face (if at all), TNA letting Bobby Roode and RVD’s contract lapse (#Rack Exclusive), TNA also losing their VP of Public Relations, WWE firing a Creative Executive for his flaw in organizing a Fatal Four Way to face Taker, John Cena being kept off RAW Monday to hide the fact The Rock wasn’t there and other news and notes!

As with every week, The Rack is your weekly home for immediate Impact Wrestling recaps and commentary. They discussed the first TNA Impact away from the Impact Zone and the seemingly night long hostile takeover of IMPACT by Aces & 8’s and their president in TNA World Heavyweight Champion Bully Ray, a Knockout Tag Team match which saw another altercation between Gail Kim and Tarryn Terrell, a “Feed me More” chant broke out for Robbie T, a parting of the team of Hogan and Sting, the Tag Team Champions unveil their new ‘Dirty Heels’ sequined t-shirts, Bad Influence revealing their “Oh, What a Tush’ Throwback Thursday outfits as the ‘Legion of BOOM’ which brought out James Storm and a returning AJ Styles but not in the way many thought, the Aces & 8’s beat down Kurt Angle, hometown boy Joseph Park was Carbon Footprinted, and the show ending with an Aces & 8’s beatdown of the TNA locker room, plus so much more!

We also talked about the Highs and Lows from this past weekend’s TNA Lockdown PPV, a look at if the Knockouts division is on the decline with a listener submission, examined the Triple H vs Brock stipulation possibilities, plus Rack Staples: Tweet of the Week, the Weekly Vent, and our Question of the Night: “Which Knockout/Diva would you like to see return to their company?”. Check it all out on this week’s edition of The Rack, brought to you by PWMania.com, MemLanePromo.com and RackRadioShow.com!


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