TNA Workers Pissed At Mickie James Over Twitter Comments

Posted by Brad Davis February 22, 2011 2 Comments

Source: PWTorch.com Newsletter

Believe it or not, Mickie James’ enthusiastic Twitter comments about Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s return to WWE reportedly upset some of her TNA colleagues. Her colleagues apparently feel strongly that she shouldn’t be putting over the competition, and her former employer, on Twitter.

She wrote: “Finally getting a chance to catch up on @TheRock’s charismatic return… Literally got chills… & remembered why I do… What I do!”

This makes Mickie the second person to have Twitter-related beef with the TNA locker room this week, following Max of Generation Me’s comments last week. Following Isis The Amazon’s “terrible” tryout match, this makes three people so far this week that sources claim have heat with the TNA locker room – and it’s only Tuesday!

— Desmond Wolfe has been hanging out backstage at most iMPACT! television tapings. He shows up early in the day, visits with friends and is usually gone by showtime. He remains under contract to TNA Wrestling and is out on medical leave with an undisclosed illness. As noted several weeks ago here on the website, this is the same illness that WWE found out about during a pre-WWE screening and opted not to sign him.

— Sarita, who rarely works TNA house shows, announced on Facebook that she will be on hand for this weekend’s events in Virginia.

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    • sumguy

      TNA grow up. Mickie worked with the rock before joining a boring wrestling company, so don’t get angry cuz she was giving mad props to where the props are due. so quit with your heat and grow up

    • Random guy

      Rock is already more over than the entire TNA locker room combined. A random Twitter message isn’t going to make any difference. Besides, if you ask Dixie, she’ll say they arenin direct competition with WWE, so it shouldn’t matter what Mickie puts on Twitter, right?

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