TNA Announces Christy Hemme Has Joined Creative Team, Hemme Reacts

Posted by Matt Boone April 8, 2014 10 Comments

TNA executive John Gaburick announced via his official Twitter account that Christy Hemme has officially joined the TNA creative team. Gaburick tweeted the following:

Hemme reacted to the news on her official Twitter account, as she posted the following tweet shortly after Gaburick’s public announcement:

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    • WWEwtf

      LOL! Another good move by TNA.

      • ???

        What? So only a guy is qualified to creatively book women’s wrestling?

        • WWEwtf

          You’re a fucking tard. Did I ever say a woman couldn’t do that job? No. If you were an actual pro wrestling fan and smart then you’d see why that was a dumb move on their part. Go leave stupid replies on a Justin Bieber fan page where you belong

          • KeepingItReal

            Yeah man, tell that bitch down, yo. Back to the kitchen and listen to 1D sing about loving dicks, ho.

    • Undertaker316

      tna is really scraping the bottom of the barrel

    • Jeremy

      Nothing against Christy but that was a bad move. Christy was at best a sub par wrestler and a decent ring announcer. There are a few woman with more experience and knowledge that could do a better job. I would like to believe that she can do that position right but I doubt she is the right person for that title.

    • Dan Pedreyra

      Another TNA being the cubs of wrestling move. I guess she can book people w the best hair coloring. You can TRY and fail and not do this bad.

    • Derp

      lol, she could never wrestle, and she could never cut a promo. What a joke. There’s a reason why TNA can’t grow their fan base passed 1.3 million viewers, it’s situations like these. And bringing in football players. And more Hogan’s. And Jesus Christ…just go away TNA. Or at least fire Dixie, she has no clue what she is doing.

    • TitsNeverAge

      BREAKING NEWS: Gail Kim has now been hired as Head Custodian for TNA and Jeremy Borash is now booked to win the TNA World Heavyweight Championship at the next paper view event. Recent statistics show the Impact Zone has been sold out during the last couple of weeks with a whopping crowd of 30 people each show. Dixie Carter was available for a comment and says, “Things are looking up for TNA especially with these changes.”

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