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Dixie Carter talks about Hogan and TNA on IMPACT

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On Thursday’s IMPACT, TNA President Dixie Carter commented on Hulk Hogan’s potential debut during an interview with Mike Tenay. “I know everybody has been asking and we’re all anxious,” Carter said regarding Hogan. “but that question will be answered within days. I promise.” Carter was also asked whether she prefers TNA to be labeled a pro wrestling company or sports entertainment company. “TNA is pro wrestling,” she said. “I don’t care what you try to call it, we are a wrestling company and our entertainment revolves around wrestlers wrestling and we’re proud of that… Why does wrestling have to be such a dirty word?” The full 18-minute interview can be seen at

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