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Dixie Carter
Dixie Carter
  • Birthdate: 10/06/1964 (age 50)
  • Height: 5'5"
  • Weight: 129 Ib

Dixie Carter-Salinas, known professionally as D...

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Dixie Carter posted the following to Twitter as some of her first answers to the #AskDixie Q&A she solicited:

On her reaction to receiving so many negative questions: "I have no problem with negative comments or constructive criticism, but the outrageous posts and bad language are a totally a different thing ... especially with so many children paying attention on social media."

On whether or not she forces talent to tweet about other talents' projects: " It's very important for TNA talent to support each other and their individual separate projects outside of wrestling. They’ve supported EY with his Animal Planet show, Mickie James with her music, Gail Kim with her wedding TV special, etc. I think it's great that we all support each other!"

On criticism that signing Rampage overshadowed King Mo in TNA: "We underestimated how long it would take Mo to recover from the complications he had following surgery. By the time he was cleared to wrestle, he had to start training for his upcoming fights. Rampage will fight a few major PPV events for Bellator, while King Mo is fighting more frequently in the tournaments. Hopefully, Mo will start training again right after his title fight, and we will see him in the ring soon."

On complaints that TNA is signing too many MMA fighters: "People forget that King Mo is a wrestler, first and foremost. He won multiple medals (several gold medals) in The World Cup, Pan American Championships and US Championships, and a Division I All American. Rampage began his career as a wrestler, too. Rampage is a film star -- both have big personalities, successful MMA careers and substantial national media attention within the sports world. They’ve never worked for our competitor , and they both want to do whatever it takes to dominate professional wrestling. I'm open to anyone who fits that bill. And, the fact that Bellator CEO Björn Rebney and I can work together and cross-promote is a great added benefit for Impact exposure outside of wrestling."

On whether or not TNA scouts international talent: "Absolutely! As a matter of fact, right now we are looking closely at several wrestlers to be on IMPACT from countries that have never been represented on the show before. Stay tuned!"

On fan interaction at the upcoming UK Tour: "Our UK promoters will announce details for Fan InterAction this month, and you will hear from me beforehand on ways to get a jump on being the first to purchase tickets."

On another TNA game and if the company will ever sign Bill Goldberg: "I hope so! Our first game sold over one million copies worldwide. We are hopeful we’ll find the right partner for another video game soon. And regarding Bill, he is a great talent. We would love to work with him one day."

Check out more from the Dixie Carter Q&A online at ImpactWrestling.com.