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Bully Ray à répondu aux tweets par téléphone!

Message par Satandro le Jeu 30 Mai - 15:50

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Je vous poste le résumé anglais proposé par TNAsylum.com, il y a quelque jours la fédération avait demandé aux fans de poser des questions sur tweeter à Bully Ray, voici les réponses..

TNA Conference Call with Bully Ray
- TNA publicist Lindsey Bynum opened the call by hyping this Sunday's Slammiversary PPV before turning the call over to questions.

- Bully was asked about how being "the guy" changes his approach to preparing for major events. Bully said he channeled the pressure into the performance. He said he has been under that pressure in tag teams in the past and now it's just him and he's honored he's headlining TNA's second biggest PPV of the year.

- Bully rejected the idea that the Shield was a copycat of Aces and Eights and said that WWE offers a different brand of sports entertainment/pro wrestling than TNA offers and he's very proud of their product and feels it’s the best brand out there.

- Bully said he was a tag team fan first and always loved tag team wrestling more when he came into the business. He said he wanted a legendary tag team that people would talk about forever and he and Devon reached that goal. He said he wouldn't say they were the best tag team ever, but they are the most successful ever.

- Bully said when he first transitioned to a singles wrestler his goal was to get to the original version of himself that debuted in ECW, the most hated guy on the roster. He said it was only after he realized that people were really getting into his character that the idea of becoming World Champion started to form.

- Bully said the Team 3D Wrestling Academy's slogan is "old school rules with new school tools." He said they ground all of their students in the old school way of teaching respect and then use new approaches to in-ring work and getting over. They are very proud of what they do there.

- Bully made a point of saying that TNA allows guys to be who they think they should be and that's why they are able to connect to the fans as well as they do.

- Bully said his desire to get into better physical shape came from wanting to change his appearance when he had to reinvent himself as a singles wrestler.

- Bully put over Magnus and Rockstar Spud as two guys he felt have the biggest futures ahead.

- Bully put over all of his bosses over the years, Paul Heyman, Vince McMahon, and Dixie Carter, as teaching him something. He said Paul and Vince taught him more about wrestling, but that Dixie had shown him something he never thought of before.

- Bully lamented the state of tag team wrestling everywhere. He said TNA had some good guys in the division, but there weren't enough teams for TNA to build a division around and the same was true in WWE.

- Bully was asked about his potential success as a babyface and he said he had thought about this and felt like he couldn't be a top babyface because of the emotional ride he put people on over the past year. He said if it were to work, it would take a lot of time and effort to convince the fans.

- Bully was asked if he had any concern about the end of Aces and Eights, considering how large factions tend to end poorly. Bully said he felt like as long as they were generating the heat they generate now the sky was the limit. He said he drew the most heat out of anyone in wrestling right now.

- Bully said there is only one piece of advice to anyone who wants to get picked up by a major wrestling company, "Get over." He said it didn't matter how you did it, just get a reaction and get over and then a company will be begging you to work for them.

- Bully put over going live and going on the road as both necessary and a good thing. He put over Devon vs. Joseph Park and AJ Styles vs. Kurt Angle matches as the two most interesting matches to him on the Slammiversary card. He also put over Sam Shaw as a Team 3D student and wanting to see him win.

- Bully said he felt there was a place for blood in pro wrestling, but he also understood the concerns. He said if a company had proper testing, then he didn't understand why there wasn't a place for it and saw the push against it as the watering down of everything today.

- Lindsey Bynum thanked everyone for their questions and closed the show.


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- Lindsey Bynum qui travaille à la TNA a téléphoné à Bully Ray pour qu'il puisse répondre aux questions posées par les fans avant le PPV de ce dimanche Slammiversary, il a ensuite retranscrit les réponses de Bully Ray.

- On a demandé à Bully comment il fait pour être "le gars" et s'il change son approche pour se préparer aux événements importants. Bully a dit qu'il canalise la pression dans la prestation. Il a dit que dans le passé, il a toujours été sous pression avec les équipes Tag Team et maintenant c'est juste lui et il fière de concentrer l'attention sur lui lors du deuxième PPV majeur de l'année à la TNA.

- Bully a rejeté l'idée que le Shield était un plagiat des Aces & Eights et a dit que la WWE offre un produit différent que la TNA et il est très fier de ce produit et estime que c'est le meilleur.

- Bully a dit qu'il était avant tout un fan des Tag Team, qu'il a toujours aimé çà quand il a commencé à lutté. Il a dit qu'il a voulu une Tag Team légendaire dont les gens parleraient toujours et lui et Devon ont atteint ce but. Il a dit qu'il ne dirait pas qu'ils étaient la meilleure équipe Tag Team, mais ils sont ceux qui ont le meilleur palmarès.

- bully a dit quand il a devenu lutteur solo dernièrement, son but était de proposer la version originale de son personnage qui a débuté à l' ECW, le gars le plus détesté de la fédération. Il a dit que c'était seulement après qu'il se soit rendu compte de son impact sur les personnes que l'idée de devenir le Champion du monde a commencé à germer.

- Bully a dit que le slogan d'Académie de lutte 3D est "de vieilles règles scolaires avec de nouveaux outils scolaires. " Il a dit qu'ils forment tous leurs étudiants à la vieille manière en leur enseignant aussi le respect et qu'ils utilisent aussi de nouvelles approches au travail in ring Ils sont très fiers de ce qu'ils réalisent là.

- Bully a mis un point d'honneur à dire que la TNA permet aux lutteurs d'être tels qu'ils sont dans la vraie vie où de choisir leur gimmick et c'est pour cela qu'ils sont capables de communiquer avec les fans aussi bien qu'ils font.

- Bully a dit que son désir d'avoir une meilleure forme provient de son désir de changer son apparence quand il devait se réinventer comme un lutteur solo.

- Bully choisi Magnus et Rockstar Spud comme lutteurs d'avenir, selon son ressenti personnel.

- Bully a encenser ses différents patrons au cours des ans, Paul Heyman, Vince McMahon et Dixie Carter, lui ont tous appris quelque chose. Il a dit que Paul et Vince lui ont enseigné des choses plus en rapport avec le catch, mais que Dixie lui avait montré quelque chose auquel il n'a jamais pensé auparavant.

- Bully s'est plaint de l'état actuel de la lutte Tag Team de façon général. Il a dit que la TNA avait de bons gars dans cette division, mais pas assez pour construire une division autour d'eux, même réflexion sur la WWE.

- Bully a été questionné sur son succès comme un babyface et il a dit qu'il y avait déjà pensé et avait eu l'impression qu'il ne pouvait pas être un top babyface à cause de l'image qu'il a renvoyé aux fans aux cours des ans. Il a dit s'il devait travailler çà, cela prendrait beaucoup de temps et d'effort pour convaincre les fans.

- On a demandé à Bully s'il avait des inquiétudes pour la fin des Aces et Eights, car en y réfléchissant, les storylines avec de grands clans ont tendance à ma se terminer. Bully n'a pas réellement répondu en disant qu'ils généraient tant de heat qu'il n'y a quasi pas limite à leur storyline. Il a dit qu'il retire le meilleurs des autres catcheurs maintenant.

- Bully a dit qu'il y a seulement un conseil à donner aux personnes souhaitant travailler avec une fédération importante, "se dépasse (surmonter). " La façon d'y arriver n'est pas importante, crée une grosse réaction, surmonte là et ensuite une fédération vous suppliera de travailler pour eux.

- Bully a mis en avant le fait de quitter Olando pour prendre la route, quelque chose de nécessaire, une bonne chose. Pour lui les matchs entre Devon contre Joseph Park et AJ Styles contre Kurt Angle seront les deux matches les plus intéressants sur la carte de Slammiversary. Il a aussi encenser Sam Shaw, un étudiant de l'académie 3 D et veux le voir gagner.

- Bully a dit qu'il estime que le sang dans le catch à sa place, mais il comprend également les inquiétudes. Il a dit que si une compagnie fait des analyses régulières (maladies) alors il ne comprend pas pourquoi elle ne propose pas de sang dans ses shows. Les défenseurs de catch sans sang sont ceux qui font diminuer l'attrait du public pour le catch.

- Lindsey Bynum a remercié chacun de leurs questions et a clôturé l'évènement le spectacle.


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Christopher Daniels, interview pour Marvel.com

Message par Satandro le Jeu 30 Mai - 15:52

Source WrestlingINC.com.

Décidemment, la TNA a décidé de faire plusieurs promos avec l'entreprise Marvel. Cette fois-ci, c'est le Fallen Angel qui s'y colle. Il est interviewé sur le poadcast This Week in Marvel.
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Dixie spoile le PPV et forcément le prochain Impac

Message par Satandro le Jeu 30 Mai - 15:55


Contrairement à twitter, nous avons sur le forum un bouton spoiler. Bien que l'Impact Wrestling diffusé cette semaine ait été enregistré et que [spoiler]les plus curieux et/ou impatients ont déjà lu le spoiler, elle a confirmé sur son compte twitter la présence de Jeff Hardy à Slammiversary...
Ce serait bien de ne plus reproduire ce style d'erreur dans le futur!

Spoiler:
les plus curieux et/ou impatients ont déjà lu le spoiler, elle a confirmé sur son compte twitter la présence de Jeff Hardy à Slammiversary...
Ce serait bien de ne plus reproduire ce style d'erreur dans le futur!
Spoke w/@jeffhardybrand & he's ready to return to action. Happy to announce he'll be back at #Slammivesary. Tune in Thurs (9-11pm) to hear.
— Dixie Carter (@TNADixie) 29 mai 2013
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Dixie tweet sur la localisation de Bound For Glory

Message par Satandro le Jeu 30 Mai - 15:57


Grosse annonce mais dans les faits, elle ne dit absolument rien si ce n'est de suivre le prochain Impact Wrestling...

Ready to announce the Bound For Glory 2013 location.Want to know which great city?Tune in Thursday at our NEW TIME 9/8c on @spiketv
— Dixie Carter (@TNADixie) 29 mai 2013
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Eric Young va bien!

Message par Satandro le Jeu 30 Mai - 15:58

Avec un petit tweet, Eric Young signale aux fans que tout se passe bien pour lui et il les remercie!

Surgery went great thanks everyone. if u feel sorry for me make it up to me by watching #offthehookextremcatches premier on JUNE 16th 800pm!
— Eric Young (@ShowtimeEY) 29 mai 2013
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Après Aries, Daniels, voilà Park qui discute avec

Message par Satandro le Jeu 30 Mai - 15:59


Source TNAInsider et Marvel.com (http://marvel.com/news/story/20667/fightin_fanboys_joseph_park_of_impact_wrestling)
Jospeh Park a réalisé une interviewé avec le Fightin' Fanboys de Marvel.com.

Je vous propose la version complète en anglais suivie dans le commentaire suivant du résumé proposé par TNAInsider.com.
Je vous traduirais cela demain quand j'en aurai le temps.

By Blake Garris with Ben Morse

Impact Wrestling superstar Joseph Park combines the traits of many great Marvel super heroes: The pure power of The Hulk, the dedication to responsibility of Spider-Man—and the courtroom skills of Daredevil.

Though he entered the promotion one year ago as a mild-mannered lawyer searching for his missing brother—and former World Champion—Abyss, Park has become caught up in the struggle between Impact and the nefarious Aces and 8s gang, becoming a full-fledged competitor along the way. On June 2 at Slammiversary, the litigator will attempt to wrest the Television title from Aces and 8s member Devon.

As he prepares for his big opportunity, we got Park to chat with us about growing up with Marvel heroes, how he got into wrestling and much more.


Marvel.com: Slammiversary caps off your first year with Impact Wrestling. What have been some of the highlights?

Joseph Park: Well, you know, it’s been a wild year. It’s been crazy. I gotta say the most memorable thing was getting my first win—my first big W against Robbie E. But it’s been a whirlwind year to say the least for me, and I really think going to Slammiversary is a chance for a part of me to get a little momentum for a change and start to progress a little bit. I want to keep getting better and better, and practice and so forth. Get myself to where I need to be. I think Slammiversary could be hopefully a nice avenue for me to get to do that.

Marvel.com: You’re going to be taking on the Television Champion, Devon, who has both experience and the Aces & 8s on his side. What will you do to win the title?


Joseph Park: Well you just said it yourself: The deck is stacked against me. Not only am I in there with a very, very smart and very, very tough competitor in Devon but I also have to worry about the rest of his buddies in the Aces & 8s, so I’m going to have to have eyes in the back of my head. I’m going to be training hard. I’m going to be hitting Ohio Valley Wrestling, getting as much ring time as I can and just preparing for a fight. It’s going to be a battle. There’s no doubt about it. I need to stand up for myself and stick to my instincts and not back down, and that’s exactly what I’m planning on doing.

Marvel.com: Switching gears, you’re both a lawyer and a wrestler. Daredevil is both a lawyer and a super hero, but of course he has a radar sense that compensates for his blindness. How would you use those kinds of abilities in the ring?


Joseph Park: Gosh, I wish had the radar sense Daredevil has. It would’ve come in handy an awful lot up to this point. If I would’ve had what Daredevil has, maybe I would’ve been able to fight off a couple of these attacks that have happened on me and on other members the Impact roster

Marvel.com: Let’s say the Avengers were recruiting—what would you bring to the team?

Joseph Park: I think one thing I’d bring is a great outlook, a great layout intelligence-wise. I think I could really add smarts. I think Joseph Park could bring a little bit of strategy to the table for those guys.

Marvel.com: Let’s say you were getting a new tag team partner and could pick any Marvel super hero, who would it be?

Joseph Park: I’m going to go with the Incredible Hulk. I mean, how could you go wrong with that guy? You can’t match his strength and you can’t overpower the guy. He really is a monster.

Marvel.com: Did you read comics growing up?


Joseph Park: Yeah, I was big into comics. I was really big into Spider-Man when I was younger. My teenage years and stuff like that, I really got into the Incredible Hulk comic books after the TV show came out. That’s when I really started getting into them.

Marvel.com: What made you go from Spider-Man to The Hulk?

Joseph Park: I think just because of the power and the strength. Spider-Man was a little bit more finesse. Spider-Man was a little quicker obviously and climbing walls and so forth, which doesn’t really describes me. I think I’m more of an Incredible Hulk guy—big, obviously; big in stature, big in fire, big in strength. I think that’s why I gravitate a little bit more towards the Hulk than towards Spider-Man.

Marvel.com: Obviously there is a lot of crossover between comic book fans and wrestling fans. What would you say to fans that just like comics to get them excited for Impact Wrestling?
The Hulk

Joseph Park: I would say that there’s an awful lot of positive crossover between comic books and Impact Wrestling as far as they have the larger than life characters, and larger than life people, and larger than life storylines that you see. Comic book characters are really relatable to wrestlers. I mean, you have the Incredible Hulk in Marvel Comics and Hulk Hogan for Impact Wrestling. Comic book characters are larger than life, and in a lot of ways, wrestlers are too.

Marvel.com: I know you mentioned you grew up with the Hulk and Spider-Man, but what got you into wrestling in the first place?

Joseph Park: I was about eight or nine years old and I was flipping through TV. This is before the advent of cable and so forth. This was back when I remember in Cleveland, Ohio growing up I had four or five channels total and that was it. It was probably about midnight or 12:30 and I was flipping through and I saw this show. It WWF and they were getting ready for their first WrestleMania. I fell in love with the business. I fell in love with wrestling. I fell in love with Hulk Hogan. And I couldn’t get enough of it. I couldn’t watch enough of it; I couldn’t talk about it enough. I used to bug my childhood buddies and they were sick and tired of hearing about it. I just fell in love with it. I fell in love with the athleticism and the drama and the contact and the physicality. I just fell in love with all of it. It’s been a part of my life since I was 10.
Joseph Park (image courtesy of Impact Wrestling)

Marvel.com: What’s it like working with the guy who got you into wrestling, working with Hulk Hogan now?

Joseph Park: It’s so surreal. Sometimes I pinch myself, I can’t believe it. This is a guy literally I grew up watching, I grew up idolizing. I was in love with everything he did and everything he stood for. Fast forward twenty-some years and here I am actually working with him. I can’t begin to tell you what a gigantic honor it is to be able to work with Hulk and to pick his brain and get his advice, his feedback, and his help. I remember, looking back on it, being such a fan as I was. Now I’m actually working with him. It’s amazing; it truly is a dream come true, so to speak.

Marvel.com: What makes Impact Wrestling such a fun atmosphere?


Joseph Park: We’ve got a fantastic group of people here, and I’m talking everybody from Dixie Carter on down. I think what makes us special as a locker room and as a company is the support that we give each other and the competitive edge that we push each other to reach every week. I think another thing that makes us different and special is our fan base. We have a loyal following that’s been with us for almost 11 years now, and they’ve been fantastic. They’ve stood by us and I think that camaraderie and that workmanship in the locker room between all of us relays into positive television and the fan base has been right there to support us throughout it. I think it’s a combination of our locker room, and the talent we have here—which is second to none—and our great fan base.
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Message par Satandro le Jeu 30 Mai - 15:59

Résume fait par Darren Grett, TNAInsider.com

On his first full year with Impact Wrestling:

Well, you know, it’s been a wild year. It’s been crazy. I gotta say the most memorable thing was getting my first win—my first big W against Robbie E. But it’s been a whirlwind year to say the least for me, and I really think going to Slammiversary is a chance for a part of me to get a little momentum for a change and start to progress a little bit. I want to keep getting better and better, and practice and so forth. Get myself to where I need to be. I think Slammiversary could be hopefully a nice avenue for me to get to do that.

What got him into Pro Wrestling:

I was about eight or nine years old and I was flipping through TV. This is before the advent of cable and so forth. This was back when I remember in Cleveland, Ohio growing up I had four or five channels total and that was it. It was probably about midnight or 12:30 and I was flipping through and I saw this show. It WWF and they were getting ready for their first WrestleMania. I fell in love with the business. I fell in love with wrestling. I fell in love with Hulk Hogan. And I couldn’t get enough of it. I couldn’t watch enough of it; I couldn’t talk about it enough. I used to bug my childhood buddies and they were sick and tired of hearing about it. I just fell in love with it. I fell in love with the athleticism and the drama and the contact and the physicality. I just fell in love with all of it. It’s been a part of my life since I was 10.

On Which superhero he would pick as a tag team partner:

I’m going to go with the Incredible Hulk. I mean, how could you go wrong with that guy? You can’t match his strength and you can’t overpower the guy. He really is a monster.

On the crossover between Comics and Pro Wrestling:

I would say that there’s an awful lot of positive crossover between comic books and Impact Wrestling as far as they have the larger than life characters, and larger than life people, and larger than life storylines that you see. Comic book characters are really relatable to wrestlers. I mean, you have the Incredible Hulk in Marvel Comics and Hulk Hogan for Impact Wrestling. Comic book characters are larger than life, and in a lot of ways, wrestlers are too.
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Après Aries, Daniels, Park, Sabin chez Marvel.com!

Message par Satandro le Jeu 30 Mai - 16:00

Source TNAInsider et Marvel.com (http://marvel.com/news/story/20681/fightin_fanboys_chris_sabin_of_impact_wrestling)

Est-on certain de bien vouloir ciblé un public d'adulte?
4ème stars de la TNA interviewé pour Marvel.com, le Fightin' Fanboys.

Comme pour l'interview précédente, je vous poste l'interview complète suivi d'un résumé. Je traduirai cela demain.

By James Viscardi with Ben Morse

For a decade, Chris Sabin has been a mainstay of Impact Wrestling, winning the X Division title on multiple occasions and comprising one half of the legendary Motor City Machine Guns. However, for the past two years, Impact has lacked one of its favorite sons, sidelined with a variety of injuries.

On June 2 in Boston at Slammiversary, Sabin steps back up to the plate, challenging X Division Champion Kenny King in a three way contest also involving Suicide.

We spoke to Sabin about his comeback, competing with Spider-Man, his qualifications to be an Avenger and more.

Marvel.com: So you’ve been out for a bit; two years on the sidelines. What does it mean to come back to the stage as big as Slammiversary?

Chris Sabin: To me it means everything, especially something as big as Slammiversary, because I’ve been there for every anniversary that the company has had since their very first one. I might not have been physically at every Slammiversary, but I’ve been working with the company for [all of them], so it’s cool to come back and be a part of the company being around for so long.

Marvel.com: Did you make any adjustments in your time off to your training and your style?

Chris Sabin: Yeah, definitely. I tried to change everything up from the way I looked to the way I wrestled to the way I talked. I tried to give them something completely fresh. I have to change my wrestling style because physically I can’t keep up the pace I could do before. But, you know, you can get around that and still put on an entertaining match.
Chris Sabin (image courtesy of Impact Wrestling)

Marvel.com: Do you see any challenges transitioning back into singles competition, or are you just ready to go full fire?

Chris Sabin: Yeah, pretty much ready to go full fire. You know, it’s been 24 months since I’ve been here, really. I was back for about seven matches then put back [on the shelf] so I’m pretty much ready for anything at this point.

Marvel.com: Are you a big Marvel fan?

Chris Sabin: I just started getting the comics in the past couple months. Growing up, I watched the X-Men cartoons; I watched the Spider-Man cartoons, movies, video games, all that stuff. I had the X-Men characters as toys; I remember I had Wolverine and Cable. But I wouldn’t use them as X-Men. I’d actually use them in my little wrestling promotions.


Marvel.com: Let’s say you had a match against someone like Spider-Man. With your high flying abilities, how do you think you’d do?

Chris Sabin: I mean, I think I’d do pretty well. Two years ago, I definitely would have been a lot better because I could’ve maybe kept up a little bit. But I mean, it’d be hard to keep up with Spider-Man.

Marvel.com: You mentioned being an X-Men fan. Let’s say you were able to pick someone as a tag team partner, who from the X-Men do you think you’d team up with?

Chris Sabin: That’s a pretty tough one. I mean, Wolverine is a great wrestler because he has the healing factor, so he can take any bump whatsoever. You can pick him up and throw him, superplex him off the top rope on the stairs, and he’s able to heal himself, so he’d be a pretty mean wrestler.


Marvel.com: If you were to have any superpower, what do you think would be the best one to help you out in the ring?

Chris Sabin: It almost seems like the healing factor would be the best. Obviously, you know, we get beat up so much. Healing would be very good. I’m just going to go with that, because that’s the most logical one.

Marvel.com: Last one for you. Let’s say the Avengers came up to you and said, “Hi, Chris. We’ve got a spot open for you.” What can you bring to the table?


Chris Sabin: Wow. You know, someone’s going to have to train me, that’d be the first thing. If it’s just regular old me and the Avengers ask me to join them, I’d probably have to politely decline because I don’t have any kind of superpowers. I can’t hold a candle to Thor, Iron Man, or Hulk. Actually, maybe I’d ask Bruce Banner if he could hook me up and maybe become like the Hulk. Maybe he has a better formula now and I can keep it under control.
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Message par Satandro le Jeu 30 Mai - 16:00

Version résumé du site TNAInsider, réalisée par Darrent Grett.

On his time off due to injuries and coming back in a big way at Slammiversary:

To me it means everything, especially something as big as Slammiversary, because I’ve been there for every anniversary that the company has had since their very first one. I might not have been physically at every Slammiversary, but I’ve been working with the company for [all of them], so it’s cool to come back and be a part of the company being around for so long.

On changing up his style during his time off:

Yeah, definitely. I tried to change everything up from the way I looked to the way I wrestled to the way I talked. I tried to give them something completely fresh. I have to change my wrestling style because physically I can’t keep up the pace I could do before. But, you know, you can get around that and still put on an entertaining match.

On transitioning to a singles career:

Yeah, pretty much ready to go full fire. You know, it’s been 24 months since I’ve been here, really. I was back for about seven matches then put back [on the shelf] so I’m pretty much ready for anything at this point.

If he had to choose one super power:

It almost seems like the healing factor would be the best. Obviously, you know, we get beat up so much. Healing would be very good. I’m just going to go with that, because that’s the most logical one.
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Kurt Angle interviewé par Newsday.

Message par Satandro le Ven 31 Mai - 16:14


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Grosse interview d'Angle pour le Newsday, je vous la traduirai/proposerai un résumé en soirée ou demain.

Kurt Angle has accomplished a lot in the world of wrestling, from winning an Olympic gold medal to capturing multiple world titles in WWE and TNA. But his latest wrestling goal may be the most important, and difficult: Saving the sport itself.

Angle, 44, is among a group of influential names in the sport who have joined forced to oppose a plan by the International Olympic Committee to drop wrestling from the 2020 Summer Games.

And although the brand of wrestling that Angle has competed in for the last 15 years is far removed from the kind showcased in the Olympics, Angle said he still feels a responsibility to give back to his first love.

"Wrestling is such a popular sport here in the United States. And it's growing so quickly," said Angle, while visiting New York recently to take part in Rumble on the Rails, a showcase of top amateur wrestlers from the U.S., Russia and Iran at Manhattan's Grand Central Terminal. "By no means are these three countries dominating here anymore. Wrestling is such a competitive sport worldwide."

Angle believes that misperception of an uneven international playing field is to blame for the IOC's decision to drop wrestling. And although Angle disagrees with the decision, he does believe that the sport is in need of a shakeup, especially of its ever-changing rules.

"Every four years, they change the rules. They need to keep it simple and basic," said Angle, who noted that the sport is far different from the one in which he won a gold medal at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. "There are so many things that have evolved since I wrestled. They don't have periods anymore. They have rounds . . . it confuses the younger demographic."

Despite the sport's changes, Angle hoped to return to the Olympics at last year's London games. But the Pittsburgh native has said that injuries kept him from competing at trials.

Angle's failed Olympic bid also had an unexpected impact on his pro wrestling career. Angle said his reduced role over the last year in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling is due, in large part, to the expectation by TNA management that the Olympics would have taken him away from the company for an extended period.

"Last year when I tried to make the Olympics, they had to write me off," Angle said. "They thought that if I made the team it would be another six to eight months . . . So every time I showed up, it was, 'Oh my God. He's here. What do we do with him?'"

Angle said he appreciates the ability to work with newer talent such as Wes Brisco, but he's ready to return to the main event scene. He'll take a step in that direction when he battles old foe AJ Styles in one of the featured matches at the Slammiversary pay-per-view event this Sunday. Angle will also be in action when TNA runs its annual Ballpark Brawl event at MCU Park in Brooklyn on July 5.

"This is a nice little break, but I'm getting ready to step and get back in the front seat," Angle said. "By no means am I ready to retire. I'm doing this to help the company. But pretty soon, I'll be back in the main event mix."

And before he retires, Angle won't rule out a return to the company in which he became a pro wrestling legend, WWE. Angle, who left WWE in 2006, said he's watched from afar as several top stars, including Brock Lesnar, Triple-H, Chris Jericho and The Undertaker, have all been allowed to work very light schedules -- an option that wasn't on the table when he was there.

"Since these guys wrestle part-time, obviously it's appealing. But that's what I do in Impact Wrestling now," said Angle, noting that his schedule is about 65 percent lighter than it was at its peak. "My loyalty is with Impact Wrestling right now. I can't think about it yet until my contract is up. But is there a possibility [that I'll return to WWE]? You can't throw anything off the table."

Angle is the first to admit that his rise to pro wrestling's elite class was unlikely, given the age-old stigma among amateur wrestlers against pro wrestling.

"It took me a few years to explain to my colleagues and my mentors and the people that I looked up to and I wrestled that I'm not in wrestling anymore. I'm in sports entertainment," Angle said. "'Pro' wrestling doesn't mean that we're saying we're a step up above amateur wrestling, because there's nothing above Olympic wrestling."

In fact, Angle said, other than just looking like a "bad -- -- ," there aren't many skills in amateur wrestling that translate well into pro wrestling.

In amateur wrestling, competitors are taught to block out the audience in order to focus on their opponent. In pro wrestling, performers have to involve the audience in everything they do, Angle said.

"It's hard to turn off your instincts," Angle said. "It took a long time to let somebody throw me off my feet. I would stop them. And then I realized, 'No. You have to go with it.' "

Eventually Angle got the hang of it and rose to become one of the most revered pro wrestling performers of his generation. He also opened the door for other accomplished amateur wrestlers to take the leap.

"Mine was really the deal breaker. Then you saw the Brock Lesnars, and Shelton Benjamins and Charlie Haases and Jack Swaggers."

Still, Angle said amateur wrestlers these days are more likely to be attracted to mixed martial arts than pro wrestling. Although he thinks it's great that MMA has given wrestlers "an opportunity to capitalize on what I believe is the best self-defense sport in the world," he also warns young wrestlers against rushing into the pros.

"I try to tell the college kids, and they don't understand, that when you're 22 years old, you're still a kid. You have fighters in their 40s now . . . I didn't peak until I was about 32 or 33 and I retired from Olympic wrestling when I was 26," Angle said. "Push back the MMA a little bit. Try for the Olympics . . . And if you medal, you'll get paid more."

Another big mistake Angle sees among amateur wrestlers and mixed martial artists is excessive weight cutting. Angle, who said he competed at his natural weight throughout his Olympic career, believes cutting too much weight drains competitors of their strength and energy, and wastes valuable training time.

"Wrestlers and fighters believe that if they can drop down to the next weight class, they'll be bigger and have an advantage. What they don't realize is that they're losing all their strength. They're going to lose all their endurance. They're depleting their body of everything they trained for," said Angle, who believes athletes who cut weight never compete at more than 80 or 90 percent of their ability. "You may still be good, but you're not at 100 percent."

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Kurt l'Angle a accompli beaucoup dans le monde de la lutte, il a gagner une médaille d'or Olympique et à conquit de nombreux titres mondiaux à la WWE et la TNA. Mais son dernier objectif dans la lutte est sans doute le plus important et difficile : Sauver le sport. (aux JO)

Kurt Angle, 44 ans fait partie d'un groupe de noms influents dans le sport qui se sont associés pour s'opposer au un plan du Comité International Olympique qui souhaite abandonner et la retiré dez JO (en 2020).

Bien que les exploits d'Angle remontent à 1996 dans son sport, il se sent encore responsable et veut rendre à la lutte les choses positives qu'elle lui a donné.

"La lutte est un sport si populaire ici aux États-Unis. Et l'expansion est rapide," a dit récemment Angle, en visitant New York pour participer à l'évènement Rumble on the Rails au Grand Central Terminal de Manhattan, une spectacle pour de bons lutteurs amateurs américains, russes et iranien. "Aucun doutes que ces trois pays dominent ici désormais. La lutte est un sport si compétitif dans le monde entier."

Angle pense que la mauvaise perception de la lutte est due aux CIO qui est à blâmer pour la décision de d'abandonner la lutte des JO. Et bien qu'Angle ne soit pas d'accord avec cette décision, il pense réellement que le sport a besoin d'un grand remaniement, particulièrement au niveau des règles qui changent constamment.

"Tous les quatre ans, ils changent les règles. Ils doivent les gardé simples et basiques," dit l'Angle, qui a noté que le sport est assez différent par rapport à celui où il remporta une médaille, aux Jeux Olympiques 1996 à Atlanta. "Il y a tant de choses qui se sont développées depuis que j'ai lutté. Ils n'ont plus de périodes désormais. Ils ont des rounds ... çà embrouille les plus jeunes."

Malgré les changements du sport, Angle a espéré retourner aux Jeux olympiques lors des JO de Londres, l'année dernière. Mais le natif de Pittsburgh a dit que les blessures l'ont empêché de rivaliser aux essais.

Avoir raté la qualification pour participer aux JO à également eu un impact inattendu sur carrière de catcheur car Angle l'avait mise en second plan, la fédération lui ayant aménagé un horaire alléger pour qu'ils puissent s’entrainer et participer aux JO.

" L'année dernière quand j'ai essayé de faire les Jeux Olympiques, ils ont dû écrire des storylines sans moi," dit Angle. "Ils ont pensé que si je faisais partie de l'équipe, cela aurait duré entre six à huit mois…. Ainsi chaque fois que je me montrais, c'était: "oh mon Dieu. Il est ici. Que faisons-nous avec lui ?"

Angle a indiqué qu'il apprécie de travailler avec de nouveaux talents tel que Wes Brisco, mais il est prêt à retourner en main event. Il prendra cette direction en franchissant des étapes, la 1ère étant son math contre AJ Styles, son vieil ennemi, à Slammiversary ce dimanche. Angle sera également à l'événement annuel Baseball Brawl au parc de MCU à Brooklyn le 5 juillet.

" C'est une petite période de break , mais je suis prêt pour faire revenir sur le devant de la scène, " dit Angle. " Je ne me prépare nullement à me retirer. Je fais ceci pour aider la fédération. Mais dans quelques temps, je serais de retour en main event. »

Et avant qu'il ne se retire, Angle n'élimine pas un éventuel retour dans la fédération où il est devenu une légende de la lutte professionnel, la WWE qu'il a laissé WWE en 2006. Angle a dit qu'il l'observe de loin pendant que plusieurs les top stars tels que Brock Lesnar, HHH, Chris Jericho et l'Undertaker ont tous un horaire de travail allégé - une option qui n’existait pas à son époque.

" Puisque ces types luttent à temps partiel, évidemment c'est attractif. Mais ce que je fais maintenant, c'est lutter à Impact Wrestling," dit Angle, notant que son programme est environ à 65 % de ce qu'il avait à ses débuts. " Ma fidélité va à Impact en ce moment. Je ne peux pas penser à autre chose tant que je suis sous contrat. Mais y a-t-il une possibilité que je revienne à la WWE? On ne peut rien écarter."

Angle est le premier pour admettre que son ascension dans le catch professionnel était peu probable, vu la rivalité entre le catch et la lutte (sport).

" J'ai mes des années pour expliquer à mes collègues et mes mentors et les personnes avec qui j'ai lutté que je ne suis pas dans ce sport. Je suis dans le divertissement sportif," dit Angle. "Le catch pro ne veut pas pour autant dire que nous sommes supérieur à la lutte amateur parce qu'il n'y a rien au-dessus de la lutte olympique. "


Dans la lutte amateur, on enseigne aux participant à ne pas faire attention au public mais à se concentrer sur leur adversaires. Dans le catch, les interprètes doivent impliquer le public dans tout ce qu'ils font, dit Angle.

" Il est difficile de réfréner vos instincts, " dit Angle. " Cela m'a pris un bon moment pour travailler avec mon adversaire dans le catch, il tentait quelque chose et je le bloquais. J'ai alors réalisé que, " non. tu dois l'accompagner dans le mouvement"

Par la suite Angle a obtenu la reconnaissance des autres catcheur et est devenu l'un des meilleurs de sa génération. Il a également ouvert la voie pour que d'autres lutteurs amateurs fassent le grand saut dans le catch.

J'ai montré la voie et vous avez vu des Brock Lesnars, et Shelton Benjamins et Charlie Haases et Jack Swaggers. »


Enfin, Angle a dit que les lutteurs amateurs de cette époque seront probablement plus attirés aux arts martiaux mixe que le catch . Bien qu'il croit que le MMA est une bonne occasion pour les lutteurs d'appliquer ce qu'ils ont appris car la lutte amateur et selon lui le meilleur sport d'autodéfense dans le monde, il prévient aussi les jeunes lutteurs sur le risque de se lancer trop tôt dans une carrière de MMA Professionnelle.

"J'essaie de l'expliquer aux gosses qui vont à l'université et ils ne comprennent pas, que quand vous avez 22 ans, vous êtes toujours un gosse. Vous avez des combattants qui ont 40 ans maintenant... l'âge parfait ce serait environ 32 ou 33 ans. J'ai pris la retraite de la lutte olympique quand j'en avais 26," dit Angle. "Attendez encore un peu pour vous diriger vers le MMA. Essayez pour les Jeux Olympiques... Et si vous gagnez la médaille, on vous paiera plus."

Une autre grande erreur ,selon Angle, dans le MMA et la lutte amateur c'est les régimes pour perdre des kilos (monter ou descendre de catégorie). Angle explique ne l'avoir jamais fait pour concourir dans sa catégorie naturelle, C'est une perte de temps et d'énergie qui pourrait être mise à profit pour mieux se former.

"Les lutteurs et les combattants croient que s'ils peuvent descendre à la classe de poids inférieure, ils seront plus grands et auront un avantage. Ce qu'ils ne réalisent pas est qu'ils perdent toute leur force. Ils vont perdre toute leur endurance. Ils diminuent leur corps des avantages pour lequels ils se sont entraînés," dit Angle, qui croit des athlètes qui ont baissé de poids ne rivalisent jamais à plus de 80 ou 90 pour cent de leur capacité. "Vous pouvez toujours être bon toujours, mais vous n'êtes pas à 100 pour cent."
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Interview de Sting pour The Miami Herald.

Message par Satandro le Sam 1 Juin - 22:15

Le stinger a été récemment interview par Jim Varsallone.
Vous pouvez lire l'interview complète en suivant ce lien: [Vous devez être inscrit et connecté pour voir ce lien]

Je vous propose le résumé rédigé par Robert Tilton de TNAInsider.com.





On his Slammiversary Title Match:

“Well, that is definitely my belief, yes. It’s another opportunity for me to wrestle for that [TNA] world title and the stipulations are pretty high. So it’ll be a big night for me, no matter how you look at it.”
"Sur son match à Slammiversary:
Oui j'y crois. C'est une autre occasion pour moi de lutter pour ce titre mondial [TNA] et les stipulations élèvent le niveau. Ça va donc être un grand soir pour moi, peu importe la façon dont vous le regardez. "



On Bully Ray:

“Bully Ray’s been pretty impressive. He’s done a great job; that’s for sure. He’s figured it out. A lot of times guys, who’ve been in the tag team situation for that many years, it’s hard for them to transition into singles. A lot of them who have tried have never really successfully done it, but Bully Ray has found a niche and a way, and he has done a good job.”
Sur Bully Ray:
"Bully Ray a été très impressionnant. Il a fait un excellent travail, c'est certain. Il a pensé à la ceinture. Il est fréquent celui qui catch depuis des années en tag team tente la transition au solo, mais c'est difficile. Peu y sont parvenus, mais Bully Ray a tracé sa voie et il est en train de faire du bon boulot. "


His current goals:

“After all the year I’ve been doing this, I want [TNA] to be a good product. I want wrestling fans to be satisfied. I want to please people. The overall goal is to be entertaining -- to keep people very interested in tuning into TNA.”
Ses objectifs actuels:
«Après une année complète, je suis en train de faire cela, je veux être un bon produit. Je veux que les fans de catch soient satisfaits. Je veux les remercier. L'objectif prioritaire est d'être divertissant - pour que les personnes soient intéressé par la TNA ".



on not retiring from pro wrestling:

“I know there’s some negativity out there as ell, but for the most part, it’s the whole nostalgia thing that I keep talking about. Retro fans just don’t want to say good-bye to Hulk Hogan or Ric Flair or Undertaker or Sting,” he said. “There’s only a handful of my generation. Of course, Flair and Hogan, they’re the generation before me. They don’t want to say good-bye to the last remaining few, and that’s a good thing for me, a good thing for us, and I appreciate it. I’m grateful for it.”
"Les raisons de son non retrait du catch professionel:
Je sais que ce n'est pas forcément positif, mais pour la plupart, ma présence leur provoque de la nostalgie comme quand je parle. Les fans rétro ne veulent tout simplement pas dire au revoir à Hulk Hogan ou Ric Flair ou l'Undertaker ou Sting ",dit Sting. Il ne reste seulement qu'une poignée de ma génération. Bien sûr, Flair et Hogan, ils sont de la génération précédent la mienne. Ils ne veulent pas dire adieu aux derniers fans restant, et c'est une bonne chose pour moi, une bonne chose pour nous, et je apprécie ça. Je suis reconnaissant pour tout cela. "


On advice he gives to the younger wrestlers:

“Stay away from drugs, pills and alcohol. Stay away from the women. Stay away from the politics -- the behind the scenes stuff that goes on,” Sting said. “Just get out there and entertain. Work your butt off, take care of yourself in and out of the ring and turn to God."
That was a huge part of my wrestling career, turning to God. If I didn’t, I probably would have ended up like one of those guys who you’ve read about."

“I’ve had wrestlers over the years, many of them, including last week [Impact Wrestling at the USF Sun Dome] in Tampa, one of the biggest names talking to me about God and asking me questions. There’s a reason for it. They know I was them. In other words, I’m not going to condemn anybody or point my finger at anyone. I ran with the best of ‘em and did what I did all those years on the road, and they know it."
They have seen a change in me, and they ask, ‘How’d you do it?’ And I tell them how I did it. Some of them have been in and out of so many different types of trouble and rehabs. I’m there to try to be a rock solid sounding board for some of the guys, and that’s been a good thing.”
Sur les conseils qu'il donne aux jeunes lutteurs:

"Mettez de la distance avec la drogue, les pilules et de l'alcool. Éloignez-vous des femmes. De la politique." Dit Sting.
"Sortez juste et divertissez les. Travailler dur et prenant soin de vous et en vous tournant à Dieu."
"C'était une partie énorme de ma carrière professionnelle, me tourner vers Dieu. Si je ne l'avais pas fait, j'aurais probablement fait la même fin que ceux dont parlent les articles que vous lisez."
"J'ai combattu et rencontré des lutteurs aux cours des années, beaucoup d'entre eux, y compris ceux de la semaine dernière, à Tampa, dont un des plus grand m"a parlé de Dieu et me posait des questions". "Il y a une raison à cela". "Ils savent que j'étais comme eux(les croyants". J'ai travaillez du peux mieux que je pouvais avec certains d'entre eux et je l'ai fait, sur la route, toute ces années là." "Et ils le savent."




On the creation Of The 'Crow Sting' Character:

"I’m going to go down in history as one of my characters being the Crow Sting, but it actually started with Eric Bischoff, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall [in WCW] with one of their nWo vignettes, an edgy, brainy kind of deal. Wrestling was changing, and my character hadn’t changed, but I knew it was time to do that. I was sitting in a hotel in Casper, Wyoming. I was with Eric Bischoff and Scott Hall, and Scott said, [Sting impersonates Scott Hall -- not bad], ‘I’m thinking trenchcoat and put white paint all over your face.’ So I started thinking about it.

“I remember going through an airport, and you know how the magazine stand has a 100 magazines. Well, there was Marilyn Manson of all people on one of the covers, and he had this weird looking paint on his face, and I went, ‘Wooooh.’ So I kind of took a little bit of that and then just created what I created.”
Sur la création de la gimmick du corbeau Sting:(en référence au film, The Crow=le corbeau)
"J'ai voulu la proposé mais Eric Bischoff avec la storyline incluant également Kevin Nash et Scott Hall "( WCW). "La lutte changeait et ma gimmick n'avait pas évolué, mais je savais qu'il était le temps de le faire. J'étais assis dans un hôtel à Casper, dans le Wyoming. J'étais avec Eric Bischoff et Scott Hall et Scott a dit, [--->C 'est donc Sting interprétant Scott Hall), " je pense à un trench-coat et te mettre de la peinture blanche sur tout le visage". " J'ai, donc, commencé à y penser."

"Je me souviens passer par un aéroport et vous savez que le stand de magazines en a une centaine". "Eh bien, il y avait Marilyn Manson sur toute les couvertures et il avait sur son visage cette peinture bizarre et j'ai pensé, ' Wooooh'". " Ainsi je m'en suis inspiré pour créer mon personnage."



Ps: Je rappelle juste que l'ancien annonceur de la WCW Scott Hudson avait également évoqué ce changement de gimmick dans un autre article:
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Deux ex WWE indiquent ne pas avoir signé!

Message par Satandro le Sam 1 Juin - 22:17

Dave Batisita et MVP ont twetté soit leur statut ou leur appartenance à la WWE.
Qui donc a signé Dixie?








Ce n'est pas moi, flâter mais je n'ai pas signé, je vais regarder la TNA pour savoir qui a été signé,


Dave Batista aurait écrit sur son profil (source TNAInsider):
Seriously I am a @WWE guy to the core.
"Sérieusement, je suis un gars de @WWE."

Par contre, j'ai beau parcourir son profil twitter, je ne vois pas le tweet, il l'a sous doute effacé...
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Le Boston Herald évoque Slammiversary!

Message par Satandro le Sam 1 Juin - 22:19

Source: bostonherald.com, rédacteur Justin Barrasso.
31.05.2013.

Alors que les les ratings ne suivent pas, il est indéniable que la fédération a réussi à bien faire parler d'elle, les interviews et reportage divers sur la TNA et ces stars se multiplient sans cesse.
Cette fois-ci, le magazine de Boston évoque la TNA, comme d'hab, je vous la propose en anglais avec une traduction.


Sunday’s Slammiversary event at Boston University’s Agganis Arena is entering ground-breaking territory for TNA Impact Wrestling.
Boston has forever been a wrestling stronghold for WWE, but its chief competitor — led by the immortal Hulk Hogan — is arriving this weekend to capture the city’s attention.
Le show de dimanche Slammiversary qui si tiendra à la Boston Agganis Arena, est la première arrivée de la TNA Impact Wrestling sur Boston.
Boston a toujours été considéré comme une ville pro WWE, mais son concurrent direct – guidé par « l'Immortel » Hulk Hogan – arrive pour capter l’attention de la ville.



“TNA is the best wrestling product out there,” said TNA champion Bully Ray. “We have some of the greatest veterans of pro wrestling and some of the greatest modern-day wrestlers. There’s great in-ring action, great talkers, great brawlers and hot girls. Anything that you want in pro wrestling, you can find in TNA.”
"La TNA est le meilleur produit catch pour le moment," Dit le champion Bully Ray." Nous avons certains des meilleurs jeunes et des grands anciens actuels. Il y a du grand in)ring, des bons parleurs, des bons bagarreurs, des bons parleurs et des filles chaudes. Tout ce que vous voulez le catch pro, vous pouvez le trouver à la TNA."

The show is headlined by a world title match between Bully Ray and wrestling icon Sting. Under the current stipulations, if Sting loses, the 14-time heavyweight champion will never again be able to wrestle for the world title.
“This Sunday is going to be intense,” said Sting. “There is a large wrestling audience that doesn’t want to say goodbye to my generation — guys like myself and Hogan — and still appreciates us. It’s the same for me. It’s hard to walk away. I want to give Boston something to remember.”
Le Main Event est le match du TNA WHC entre Bully Ray et Sting. Les stipulations nous disent que si le Stinger, 14 fois champion du Monde perd, il n'aura plus droit à des matchs pour le TNA WHC. "Ce dimanche va être intense" dit Sting. " Il y a énormément de fans qui ne veuillent par dire au revoir aux lutteurs de ma génération-des gars comme Hogan et moi- et ils nous apprécient encore. C’est la même chose pour moi. C’est difficile d'arrêter. Je veux donner à Boston quelque chose d'inoubliable."


The pay per view, emanating live from BU at 8 p.m., also features well-known wrestling superstars Kurt Angle and Jeff Hardy, as well as TNA staples AJ Styles, Frankie Kazarian and “The Fallen Angel” Chris Daniels.
“This is TNA’s first time in Boston,” said Bully Ray. “This is enemy territory. I’m a New Yorker from Hell’s Kitchen, New York City. I’m a New York Yankee fan. I’m overlooking Fenway, standing atop the Green Monster, and I feel like the evil emperor . . .”
“Our roster is second to none,” said Daniels. “When you put us in the ring and really give us the chance to go, we deliver. We’re looking to steal the show this Sunday.”
Le Pay-Per-View comporte retransmis en direct à partie de 20h comportera également des catcheurs mondialement connus comme Kurt Angle ou Jeff Hardy, et des piliers de la TNA tels AJ Styles, Christopher Daniels et Frankie Kazarian. " C’est le premier show de la TNA à Boston. " dit Bully Ray. " C’est le territoire de l’ennemi. Je suis un New-Yorkais d’Hell’s Kitchen. fan New-Yorkais des Yankees. J’adore Fenway [stade de Base Ball des Yankees dans la MLB), débout sur le Monstre Vert (c'est la mascotte des Red Sox de Boston en MLB également) j'ai l'impression d'être l’Empereur du mal."
"Notre roster est le meilleur". Dit Daniels. "Quand vous nous mettez dans le ring, on vous le prouvent. On va voler le show ce dimanche."


Sunday’s card is the climax of a weekend full of fan interactions that kick off today. Daniels and his Bad Influence tag-team partner Kazarian, who trained under Killer Kowalski in Malden, will appear at the Comicazi comic store in Somerville from 4-6 p.m. The Crowne Plaza in Woburn will host an all-day fan fair tomorrow beginning at 8 a.m. Hogan’s public appearance will begin at 3 p.m.
“If you have never seen TNA Wrestling, you owe it to yourself to check it out,” said Bully Ray. “If you check it out once, I guarantee you’re going to become a fan.”
Le show de ce dimanche sera le summum d’un week-end rempli d’interactions avec les fans, ce qui plaît. Daniels et son équipier avec Bad Influence, Kazarian – qui a été entraîner par Killer Kowalski à Malden (ville situé près de Boston) – seront au magasins de comics, Comicazi, de Somerville de 14 à 16h. Le Crown Plaza de Woburn(ville situé non loin de Boston) proposera dès 8h du matin, un journée avec la présence d'Hulk Hogan dès 15h.
"Si vous n’avez regarder la TNA, vous devriez y jeter un coup d’oeil. " Dit Bully Ray. "Si vous le faites, je vous assure que vous en deviendrez un fan.
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Message par Aj Styles le Dim 2 Juin - 18:04

Merci Santandro , c'est vrai que je suis aussi très curieux de voir le talent qui a signé avec le TNA. ( Master a dit qu'il aimerait rejoindre la tna )

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Mise à jour sur l'état de santé de Zema Ion!

Message par Satandro le Lun 3 Juin - 22:38


Félicitation au nouveau Champion X Division, on se voit BIENTÔT.


Je me sens suffisamment bien pour aller faire de la gym, c'est la première fois de puis des semaines. La seconde opération se fera dans quelques semaines, ce qui veut dire plus de gym.


Le travail, le catch me manque. Plus vite je serais débarrassé de cette stupide tumeur, plus tôt je pourrais recommencer à travailler.

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Dixie fière de la TNA!

Message par Satandro le Lun 3 Juin - 22:39



Fière de chaque personnes composant la TNA, quel grand show. On est au top. Merci aux meilleurs fans de ce monde.
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Message par Giant Killer le Mar 4 Juin - 18:08

Sur twitter Dixie carter a révélée le nom du "Big agent" signé par la TNA qui n'est autre que

Spoiler:

L'une des plus grande star de l'histoire de la UFC, Rampage Jackson


MMA Icon, Movie Star & now @IMPACTWRESTLING Superstar! Welcome Quinton "Rampage" Jackson (@Rampage4real) to the family.
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Merci et perso, je pense que c'est vraiment un gros nom! çà doit être mon côté ancien fan du Pride., tournoi de MMA au Japon.
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Tod Keneley s'exprime!

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Merci beaucoup à tous pour le soutient et les compliments que vous me faites sur mon travail. J'apprécie énormément cela et ne trouve pas mes mots pour l'exprimer.
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Dixie tweet sur l'arrivée de Quinton "Rampage" !

Message par Satandro le Mer 5 Juin - 14:59


Icône du MMA, acteur de cinéma et maintenant superstar d'Impact Wrestling! Bienvenue à Quinton "Rampage" Jackson dans la famille.


Pour plus de détails sur Quinton "Rampage" et sa signature, suivez le lien: [Vous devez être inscrit et connecté pour voir ce lien]


Je confirme que Impact Wrestling sera encore plus chaud. Je peux confirmer la présence de "Quinton Rampage" à la Gwinnett arena ce jeudi.


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Rampage excité par son nouveau contrat!

Message par Satandro le Mer 5 Juin - 15:03

Source TNAsylum.com et TMZ.

Debut This Thursday, former UFC fighter Rampage Jackson is BACK -- officially signing a brand new deal with TNA Wrestling and rival MMA company Bellator ... and he tells TMZ, the new contract blows his UFC deal out of the water.
Commençant ce jeudi,l'ancien combattant de l'UFC Rampage Jackson est DE RETOUR -- signant un nouveau contrat avec TNA Wrestling et Bellator...et il dit que son nouveau contrat est bien plus important que ces anciens contrat avec l'UFC.

Rampage tells TMZ, "When you look at my deal in the UFC, and the scope of what my deal with Bellator and TNA is, this is a dream come true."
Rampage déclare à TMZ: "Quand vous comparez mon contrat de l'UFC et celui avec Bellator et la TNA, c'est un réveil qui deviens réalité."

He adds, "When other fighters get the chance to see everything I'm able to do with this deal and the benefits it provides, you're going to see a big change in MMA. I guarantee it."
Il ajoute,"Quand les autres combattants verront tout ce que ce nouveau contrat me rapporte, vous verrez des grands changement en MMA, je vous le garantis."

Rampage left the UFC earlier this year on bitter terms, saying they treated him like crap and screwed him financially. Dana White shot back, implying Rampage was an overpaid wash-up.
Rampage a quitté l'UFC plus tôt cette année, en mauvais termes, en disant qu'il l'avait traité comme de la merde et en lui arnaquant de l'argent. Dana White a répliqué en disant que Rampage était un lutteur payé trop grassement par rapport à ses prestations.

Under his new multi-year deal with Spike TV, Rampage will compete in Bellator and also appear on TNA's "Impact Wrestling." He also gets a reality show. So far, no word on how much he's getting paid. As for his old boss, White just sent us this statement: "Good for him. I couldn’t be happier for him. I hope he is happy. And good luck to him."
Grâce à ce nouveau contrat pluriannuel avec Spike TV, Rampage combattra à la Bellator et apparaîtra également sur "Impact Wrestling." Il aura aussi son émission de télé-réalité. Rien ne filtre sur les chiffres du contrat. Dana Wite, son ancien patron déclare: "Bon pour lui, je ne peux pas être plus content pour lui. J'espère qu'il sera heureux. Bonne continuation."

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Eric Bischoff fan de Terrell!

Message par Satandro le Jeu 6 Juin - 16:09



Fan de Taryn Terrell. Un des meilleures achats l'année passée. Du cœur, de la passion, du charisme, des compétences et de l'engagement.


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Douglas Williams réagit suite à son licenciement!

Message par Satandro le Jeu 6 Juin - 16:10


Merci à tous ces grands fans qui m'ont supporté durant les quatres dernières années. Le temps de bonnes et moins bonnes choses....


"@davidkidkash peux-tu me recontacté pour qu'on parle de bookings?"


Un énorme honte que de ne pas avoir pu m'entraîné avec Rampage Jackson. C'eût été un honneur.

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Rampage encore, toujours!

Message par Satandro le Jeu 6 Juin - 16:11

Source TNAsylum.com et Pro Wrestling Dot Net
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Je vous la traduirais demain en journée. C'est la réaction de Quinton Rampage par téléphone!

Spike TV Conference Call with Rampage Jackson
- The call opened with Kevin Kay announcing Rampage's signing, and running down his history of fights he had on Spike TV, one of which drew six million viewers. He also announced they were doing a four part mini-series on him and his contract, as well as working with Paramount to potentially produce a movie with Rampage.

- Dixie Carter put over Rampage as an internationally known athlete and TNA as an international brand. She said he had a big personality and was a perfect fit for TNA. She claimed 2013 was a major strategic year for TNA and that Rampage would have a huge impact.

- Dixie announced Rampage would be on Impact tomorrow, and then turned the call over to Bjorn Rebney. Bjorn put over Bellator and how it was formed, and turned the call over to Rampage.

- Rampage said this was something he had been dreaming about for years. He said he always wanted to be a professional wrestler and that's why he got into sports. He said the idea of making movies and fighting and wrestling was all great, and that the team had managed to restore his love for MMA that he lost at the end of his UFC run. They opened the call for questions.

- Bjorn said that there were several Bellator fighters that were interested in crossing over to TNA. He and Dixie had discussed it, but Rampage is such a talent that this was a no-brainer.

- Rampage talked about losing his last three fights in UFC and blamed injuries and that he was trying to get out of his contract. He said people have given him grief for coming to Bellator because they don't have competition yet. He asked how they were supposed to get competition if no one goes over. He said he wanted to get his knees healthy and he's looking forward to fighting for Bellator because they are concerned about his health and not just making money off him.

- Rampage said everyone came after him during the free agency period and he even considered doing boxing. He had an eye on Bellator, he watched it and he wanted to go there. He expects more free agents to come to Bellator. He wants to entertain, but doesn't want to go broke like other fighters have. He said he can't fight forever, but he can wrestle as he gets older like Hulk Hogan and Sting, and also do movies like Sylvester Stallone.

- Dixie talked about getting talent from three places: WWE, free agents, and developing her own which takes years. She said a signing like Rampage gets the best bang for the buck because he's ready to go out of the box.

- Rampage said he expects to be able to fight in about four months. He will be training at both Wolf's Lair (his MMA compound) and OVW to learn the wrestling trade.

- Rampage was asked about losing focus while doing so many different projects and he said that he knows what to do. He may not win all of his fights, but he will have damn entertaining fights. He has never played it safe, and sometimes you win and other times you lose, but he is always entertaining.

- Dixie said that Rampage would be starting right away getting ready for wrestling and they expect him to be a part of the show "sooner than later."

- Rampage talked about going to wrestling shows as a kid in Memphis where he saw guys like Jerry "The King" Lawler. He said he was looking forward to meeting everyone at TNA and talking with the creative team about when he could get started.

- Rampage joked about teaming with King Mo Lawal in TNA after talking about their issues in the past. He said it's possible they could fight in the future.

- Rampage talked about hopefully getting to shoot the MMA movie he has written.

- Dixie said she felt Rampage was ahead of the curve in wrestling and therefore wouldn't be starting from scratch necessarily, but wrestling is a different skillset than MMA and it will take a little time. She referenced Kurt Angle's transition from amateur wrestling as something similar to what Rampage will go through.

- Dixie talked about the previous dual-sport athletes that have worked with TNA (Pacman Jones, Bobby Lashley, etc.) and defended it as bringing eyes to the product and that it is all about entertaining. King Mo and Rampage Jackson are guys who can do that.

- Rampage rejected the idea that there is any pressure on him to win because as long as you entertain the fans, what difference does it make if you lose. He took exception to someone asking about a specific loss and ended up somewhat dismissing the guy for not being a fighter.

- Bjorn said that fighters should be who they are and say what they think. He encourages people to be themselves, and doesn't pretend to be their king. He hopes they use common sense, but people are who they are.

- The call ended around 4:10 p.m. ET.
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Kid Kash tacle le managment à la TNA!

Message par Satandro le Jeu 6 Juin - 16:13

Source TNAsylum.com et Kayfabe Kickout.
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Je vous propose la version résumé de TNAsylum.com, rédacteur JSO:

In an interview with Kayfabe Kickout, Kid Kash made some interesting remarks about the overall state of TNA, including his time in the company.
Dans une interview avec Kayfabe Kickout , Kid Kash fait d'intéressantes remarques sur l'état général de la TNA, y compris sur son époque dans l'entreprise.



Do you think smaller wrestlers like yourself have received a bad rap with regards to not being as over with fans as larger wrestlers?
"I think in the beginning TNA showed the true talent the smaller guys had which made the show, then somewhere in 10 years that shifted. As far as talent we have it. With bigger guys there will be one out of 100 who have actual working ability. The thing I do know in this business is if the promoter wants you over to sell seats you will be. That's up to the promoter. Politics is so crazy that if one person in the booking committee doesn't agree, they don't waste time and shit can it. There's no hashing it out or working on it, it's just done. They may bring it up again but until that one pushes it, you'll be that shelf wrester."
Pensez-vous que les petits lutteurs comme vous ont une mauvaise réputation de ne pas voir autant de fans que les grands lutteurs?
"Je pense qu'au début, la TNA a montré le vrai talent des petits gars qui ont fait ce show,quelque chose à changé en 10 ans. Autant que le talent que nous avons. Avec des types plus grands, il y aura un sur 100 qui aura la réelle capacité de travailler. Une chose que je connais vraiment dans cette entreprise est que si le promoteur veut que vous vendiez des places, vous le feriez. C'est le choix du promoteur. La politique backstage est si folle que si une personne dans le comité n'est pas d'accord, ils ne gaspillent pas de temps et d'argent. On te range au placard et tu dois attendre qu'on te sorte" (traduction personnelle, absolument pas certain de ce que je note)

You've worked for TNA on several occasions, do you agree with most wrestling fans when they compare TNA with WCW in terms of the lack of leadership and older stars still in top positions?
"I do. They just keep recycling the same people over and over and and don't push the ones who have actual talent in the locker room. And unless they drastically raise their budget they'll continue on the same path. They don't pay like any other "it" company. ECW paid me twice the amount as TNA ever did and that's the truth."
Vous avez travaillé pour la TNA à plusieurs reprises, êtes-vous d'accord avec la plupart des fans de catch comparant la TNA avec la WCW en termes de manque de leadership et des plus anciennes gloires trustant encore les premières positions?
"Je suis d'accord. Ils continuent de recycler les mêmes personnes encore et toujours et et ne poussent pas les lutteurs réellement talentueux dans le roster. Et à moins qu'ils ne fassent d'énormes réductions budgétaire, ils continueront dans la même direction. Ils ne vous payent comme d'autres "grosse" entreprise. L'ECW me payait le double de ce que me donnait la TNA et c'est la vérité. "


Who was your favorite wrestler to work with in the ring, and who was your least favorite?
"I'd say my favorite would be Hernandez. He's extremely talented for a man of his size. Austin Aries would be my least. His arrogance with calling a simple 5 to 10 minute match was ridiculous. Like pulling f***ing teeth."
Avec qui préféreriez-vous travailler dans le ring, et qui était celui qui vous plaisait le moins?
"Je dirais que mon préféré serait Hernandez. Il est extrêmement talentueux pour un homme de sa corpulence. Austin Aries serait celui que je déteste le plus. Son arrogance ridicule d'appeler simple match, un match de 5 à 10 minutes."
Insulte...

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