It Just Keeps Getting Better

Mark Madden


Dixie Carter’s speech on TNA Impact was utterly pathetic. I know what she said. Here’s what she actually meant:

“I’m an idiot. A loser. A mark. But I’m the boss. Stop talking about me behind my back. I don’t know what I’m doing, but I sign the checks. If you want that to continue, you’ll play along. Do I have a plan? ****, no. If I had a plan, I’d tell you in private instead of spewing this nonsense in public. Damore, do you need to vomit?”

The one person Carter really needed to convince with that BS was herself. I doubt she did.

Carter’s nutty lament indicates that she’s entering the final stages of money-mark meltdown. Her company stinks. She’s a joke. But if she can get on television and BE A STAR, it will all be worth it.

For Hulk Hogan, anyway.

Here’s how I hope this one plays out, and I just hope I don’t kibosh it by letting the cat out of the bag: TNA TV will devolve into an even screwier version of the old AWA Team Challenge, with Team Hogan vs. Team Carter. Dixie will lead the heels, because Hogan will convince her “it’s more fun, and I’ll make sure you get over, brother!”

It would be horrible, but Hulk and the boys know that keeping Dixie on TV and (she thinks) over will help her indefinitely absorb the vitriolic criticism and financial losses endured by TNA. Bob Carter will be happy because daddy’s little girl is happy.

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