Thursday, February 7, 2013

Audio: Headlocks's Radio With FWE's Jorge Santi Interview 2/8/13 Archived


http://archive.org/download/H2HRadio2-8-13/H2H020813.mp3

H2H Radio returned with a special show as Chris Kelly was joined by Ashley Richardson to talk about the latest news including WWE blocking TNA using certain arena,  TNA pre taping PPVs and this week’s WWE Raw.



In the second part of the show, Crelly was joined by FWE’s Jorge Santi to promote the upcoming iPPV “No Limits" where Jorge will team with Matt Taven to take on Mike Bennett/Chris Mordetzky. Subjects covered include; Jorge's first year in FWE, his feeling towards Chris Mordetzky, the depth of FWE's roster, the woman's division in FWE & what Jorge wants to do following the iPPV.



The interview can be heard at starting at the 42 minute 19 second mark
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Jeff Hardy Signs New TNA Deal

Dixie Carter announced tonight that TNA World champion Jeff Hardy has signed a new contract with the company.
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Jeff Hardy Added To WWE.Com

WWE has added TNA World champion Jeff Hardy to WWE alumni section. His profile can be found at http://www.wwe.com/superstars/jeffhardy
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News On Elimination Chamber Happening At PPV

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter


The reason why Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns vs. Sheamus, Ryback and John Cena at WWE Elimination Chamber won't be happening inside the Chamber is because it would be an elimination match and WWE doesn't want to have to eliminate five of their hottest Superstars right now.
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More On WWE Booking Areans To Stop TNA Using Them

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter


As reported before, WWE has contacted a number of arenas to secure dates and will likely be using some of their non-compete clauses to prevent TNA from running those arenas with the new Impact Wrestling tapings schedule. WWE has booked a number of mid-size arenas including the Patriot Center in Fairfax, Virginia, the Wolstein Center in Cleveland, and the First Bank Center in Broomfield, Colorado. WWE will be running those buildings in their markets instead of the major arenas they usually run in.
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