Angle’s Name Mentioned in Steroid Trial, TNA Lockdown News, Hall/Waltman

Partial source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

– TNA’s Lockdown 2010 pay-per-view will be held in St. Charles, Missouri, outside of St. Louis, at the Family Arena on April 18th. There will be a fan interaction event on the 17th. The deal was apparently a last minute thing as the original location they had booked had to be canceled because WWE booked the arena and insisted on a non-compete clause within a time frame that TNA had booked.

– While Scott Hall and Sean Waltman have been removed from the opening iMPACT video and TNA’s roster page, it should be noted that both of them are still affiliated with TNA. The website is simply playing off the storyline from iMPACT.

– Kurt Angle’s name came up in a federal trial of nine men associated with Applied Pharmacy in Mobile, Alabama that is going on this week. Assistant US Attorney Donna Dobbins brought up Angle and Jose Canseco as clients of the pharmacy in her closing arguments on Tuesday. She said, “Each one of them (the defendants) participated in this conspiracy. They operated a steroid mill, and they would dispense anabolic steroids to anyone whose credit card was good.”

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