Also, Shelly Martinez posted the following video saying she was “heartbroken” that she was not contacted for the Knockouts-Only PPV:
We posted the following on Thursday:
Traci Brooks posted the following on Twitter, explaining why she is not appearing on the TNA Knockouts PPV…
“People r reading way 2 much into this. Unfortunately I had to say no to TNA for the KO ppv as I couldn’t make it that day. No other reason!! Tna is my family and hopefully be there next time and know my KOs will put on a hell of a ppv!! Xo”
We posted the following on Wednesday:
We posted the following on Tuesday morning:
Former TNA Knockouts Winter and Rain (Peyton Banks) are the latest names to turn down TNA’s offer to return for the upcoming Knockouts-only pay-per-view taping.
We posted the following on Monday:
Nicole “Roxxi” Raczynski is the latest former TNA Knockout that has reportedly turned down an offer to return at the upcoming Knockouts “One Night Only” PPV.
Former WWE “Diva” Kia “Kharma” Stevens noted on Twitter that she recently turned down an offer from TNA to appear at an upcoming taping for a Knockouts themed “One Night Only” PPV special in Orlando. Stevens worked for TNA from 2007 to 2010 as Awesome Kong.
Nope! Declined offer RT: [email protected]_Harvey1D: @Kharma will you be at tna knockout know night only ?”
TNA Wrestling revealed last week to VIP ticket holders that a Knockouts-exclusive pay-per-view event will be taped on Sunday, March 17 at 1:00 p.m. at the iMPACT! Wrestling Zone in Orlando, Florida. In addition to current stars, organization officials will apparently be utilizing former female talent as Angelina Love revealed on Twitter Thursday that she was contacted to appear at the “One Night Only” series event. She, however, has declined to appear.
The five-time TNA Women’s Knockout Champion was asked if she will be on hand for the show and responded, “They asked me but I politely declined.”
In addition to the event, TNA will tape TNA 10 Reunion that day, which is billed as a “celebration of the stars from the first 10 years of TNA.”