Where’s Scott D’Amore?, iMPACT! Spoiler, Talia Madison

Ryan Gray

Scott D’Amore has been working as an agent for the newly created women’s division.

Thursday’s edition of iMPACT! will feature a series of vignettes of the Angle family having Thanksgiving.

One of TNA’s newest Knockouts, Talia Madison, sent out the following message on her MySpace page (www.myspace.com/talia_doll) regarding her recent name change. She wrestled under the name of “Velvet Sky” at the last Impact tapings. Here is here is her message: “I’ve received lots of messages regarding the new names Angel Williams and myself are now going by in TNA. Most of your questions were asking if it was us that changed our names and the answer to that is no. TNA management are the ones that gave us those names. However, I will still be going by the name “Talia Madison” at my indy shows. 🙂 That name will not die. Hope that clears it up for everyone.”

Former TNA backstage interviewer Leticia Cline will be appearing on The Howard Stern Show next week. Cline sent out the following message on her MySpace page regarding her upcoming appearance: “This Tuesday (11/27) at 8 am est. I will be on the Howard Stern Show! I’m excited and both nervous about it but in all it should be fun. So guys tune in and listen and watch as the madness unfolds. For more information about the show. Log onto www.howardstern.com.”

TNA and SpikeTV will hold a media conference call with Booker T next Tuesday. Booker T will discuss his signing with the promotion and what his future plans are.

The following is from Dan Barnhart: I figured you could pass this along to your readers. TNA Meltdown CD Delayed Until November 27th. I don’t know if this is also true for the U.S. release, but I went to one of the local malls here in Canada in search of the TNA Meltdown CD. I was told by an HMV employee that the CD has been pushed back until November 27th. However, every stor. I went to had the TNA Year 1 DVD in stock.

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