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Chris Masters Campaigning To Join TNA, Hulk Hogan High On Garett Bischoff, Matt Hardy Ordered To Complete Rehab Program, Mr. Anderson Defends Jeff Hardy’s Personal & Legal Troubles

November 30, 2011   ·   0 Comments

— Former WWE star Chris Masters has begun a Twitter campaign to encourage TNA Wrestling President Dixie Carter to bring him to her organization.

“I think @tnadixie needs some encouragement. Can I rally the IWC. For all those who support me, let her know!” He wrote, “For anyone who’s ever felt like an underdog, who’s ever tried to make nothing into something. and worked their ass off. This is my battlecry!”

— Madison Rayne has been announced for K & S Wrestlefest, which takes place this Saturday at the Ramada Philadelphia Airport 76 Industrial Hwy. Essington, Pennsylvania. Visit kandswrestlefest.com for more information.

— Hulk Hogan praised Garett Bischoff’s efforts to improve this morning, while also taking a shot at his peers.

Hogan tweeted, “Taping again in Orlando, Garrett seems to have found the magic. I only hope it rubs off on some of the other numbskulls.”

— Matt Hardy was ordered to complete his court mandated rehabilitation program as part of his release from jail on Monday. District Court Judge Robert Wilkins lowered the former WWE star’s bond from $1 million to $100,000.

“This was done over the state’s objection,” District Attorney Maureen Krueger told ThePilot.com.

Should Hardy fail to complete rehab, his bond will increase to $250,000.

During a podcast interview with Rob McNichol for the UK Sun website, TNA star Mr. Anderson talks about Jeff Hardy’s personal and legal troubles. Anderson sympathizes with Hardy, saying every makes mistakes and deserves another chance. Anderson said:

“A guy like Jeff Hardy, regardless of what you think about him personally, is a tremendous entertainer. He loves this business and gives his all to this business.“Everybody makes mistakes, everybody does stupid stuff. I’m not trying to make excuses for anybody, but when you’ve had the career that he’s had and done the things that he’s done, you’re bound to make mistakes.

“When you do make mistakes people are going to look at it with a magnifying glass and amplify it and make it bigger than it actually is.

“I think he’s done a great job of overcoming that and recognizing ‘I did this. This is my problem. How do I fix it so that I don’t do it again? How do I move forward?’ He’s done all those things.

“I have no judgments about Jeff Hardy other than the fact that he is a great performer and a hell of a guy.”

To listen to the full podcast, head over to the UK Sun website.



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