credit goes to wrestling observer
This week’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter includes a long bit about TNA wrestlers unhappiness about the conditions in AAA. They like performing in bigger, more excited crowds, but the conditions at the arena are much worse. Outside of TripleMania, security to keep the fans from grabbing them or throwing things at them has been non-existent, and the locker rooms are very primitive (often, no running water.) Velvet Sky and Angelina Love are mentioned as upset about how hard Mari Apache hit them in their match; I think the consensus of those watching the show was surprise about unusually lightly Mari treated them. It appears Mr. Anderson wanted more money to deal with the conditions, and so he was replaced by Scott Steiner.
this isn't the first time i heard this story before.a few years former WCW/WWE/TNA wrestler johnny stamboli had wrestle in mexico before as the TNA wrestler Rellik.he left AAA for complaining about the same situation and expected better.let's face it,this is mexico ,a third world country.you can't expect to have better conditions in any arena in mexico.as far as love & sky complaining about mary apache being stiff.mary is known for wrestling stiff in mexico.she isn't going to hold back any forearms or elbow shots.suck it up,your in the wrestling business