Dixie Carter Talks About Meeting Stephanie McMahon at Reid’s Funeral

Posted by Matt Boone May 12, 2013 3 Comments

- TNA President Dixie Carter was recently interviewed by Sky News Radio in the UK and talked about meeting WWE’s Stephanie McMahon earlier this year:

“It was actually a very sad meeting. We met at the church at Ric Flair’s son’s funeral. She and Hunter were there, and the three of us had never met before. I was there with Sting and we were just kind of put in this back room waiting for each other. It was a very interesting meeting. They’re lovely people; I just wished them luck personally. They had a big weekend with WrestleMania coming up, and I did so publicly. Look, I have a different philosophy than maybe other people do. I think competition is healthy; I think to not want to have competition is absolutely ludicrous. I think it’s better for the fans, it’s better for the product and it makes us all work harder. And if we want to grow wrestling to be as big as it can be globally, I think that’s important. So, she did respond. I think there were a lot of tweets between the fans, but she did respond in a very kind manner.”

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    • bluebook

      Yes, Dixie, competition is a good thing. Too bad your company can’t compete.

      • Kage

        You’re an idiot.

        • Derp

          Sorry, TNA is not competition. If you think so, you’re the idiot. WWE competing to beat a 0.98 or whatever. That’s nothing. TNA has never been nor will they ever be. If they have not been able to keep a consistent rating over a 1.2 since they got taken up by Spike, then they will never be able to keep up or be real competition.

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