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      On last night's episode of Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer commented on the ownership situation in TNA following the announcement that Billy Corgan is the new President of TNA. Meltzer noted that former TNA President Dixie Carter is pretty much done with the company. "Dixie's pretty much out of it now," Meltzer said. "She's out of power completely, she is completely out of power no matter what's said, but she may be gone. "Meltzer noted that Dixie was at the last set of television tapings and was there for some of the segments that were filmed, but that she left shortly after that and didn't stay for the whole week. He added that "there were some things said that were not so great about her." "She's pretty much on her way out," he added.




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      Let me talk about this a bit though. I kind of feel sorry for Dixie, because she was trying her best. She exhausted all her options, but she shot herself in the foot when she ruined all the previous eras work with the Hogan/Bischoff era. She was never able to recover.


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      It's unfortunate to see her go, but it is also a blessing in disguise. She pretty much put TNA on the map, but then ruined it when she brought in WWE Alumni & Legends who were way past their prime and let them have majority control over things they shouldn't have and sadly TNA still haven't fully recovered from her mindless decisions. I appreciate what she's done from supporting the company financially to create an alternative wrestling show, to going through a table in an attempt to get the product over, but her time is up. With Billy now having control over TNA, I can see them wanting to do an official rebranding as well as a well-needed overhaul with a new creative direction.

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      Good riddance. Dixie Carter was slowly killing TNA and draining it dry of its finances. 


      I will agree this segment is the highlight of Carter's career. Unlike many women, she can cut a promo well and act like a good authority figure. Key word is act because outside the ring she made a mess of TNA. 

      On September 3, 2016 at 8:13 PM, Vinaro said:

      Her most iconic moment 



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