– According to Jeremy Borash’s Twitter page, rapper Filthee will be performing the theme song for the Hard Justice pay-per-view. Filthee also attended TNA’s most recent iMAPCT taping.
– TNA World Heavyweight Champion Mick Foley has posted a blog on his MySpace account noting a few upcoming appearances in Michigan this weekend. He also issues a spoiler for tomorrow night’s episode of iMPACT:
Foley wrote: “Spoiler alert. Rumor has it that an interview segment on this Thursday’s Impact is the single most ridiculous moment in the combined careers of myself and Jeremy Borash. Hope you enjoy it – from here on out I’ll refer to it as “The Furley Promo.”
– TNA newcomer Sarita (Sarah Stock) is pictured on the front cover of the latest issue of Super Luchas magazine, which was the first entity to reveal her ring name in TNA. Her progress in TNA will likely get a lot of coverage from the magazine as they had a cover story on her recent dark matches with Awesome Kong and Taylor Wilde in last week’s issue.
– Christy Hemme took part in an interview with Revolution31.com this past week saying she still can’t give a timetable on when she’ll be able to return to the ring after deciding not to have surgery to help heal her seriously injured neck.
“I opted not to have neck surgery because I don’t like the idea of fusing bones together when you can heal it naturally,” Hemme said. “I haven’t wrestled since November and I’m feeling really good and getting a lot stronger and waiting it out until I can get back in the ring.”
While the TNA Knockout suffered the neck injury training for a pay-per-view match, she says the injury was inevitable after accumulating a variety of injuries as a result of being “knocked around in the ring.”
In other highlights coming out of the interview, when asked if there’s anyone in professional wrestling she doesn’t like, Hemme notes Vince McMahon, saying he’s “not my favorite person on the planet.”
Hemme is also asked about winning the first WWE Diva Search and the $250,000 grand prize. She says the worst part was paying taxes on the winnings. “Paid a lot of taxes and it was horrible,” Hemme said.