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Jeff Hardy Injury Reports, Knockouts Cage Match Draws for Impact, Matt Hardy Hypes His Return, Morrison’s New DVD, Jillian Misses Show, More

January 23, 2012   ·   0 Comments

– TNA’s Ring Ka King will only be available in the United States through Dish Network’s Asian TV package. Several readers sent word that Ring Ka King will be available on Colors in the UK – Sky channel 829.

– The highest rated quarter-hour segment from this past Thursday’s Impact Wrestling was the second half of the Mickie James vs. Madison Rayne cage match, a 1.24 rating. The first half of the match did a first-hour low 1.17 rating but two commercial breaks likely brought the rating for the first-half of the match down.

The lowest rated quarter-hour from last Thursday’s show was the main event between Jeff Hardy and James Storm.

– There were reports that Jeff Hardy injured himself at this past Friday’s TNA live event in Worcester, Massachusetts. According to other fan reports, Hardy was just given an ice pack for his lower back after the match and hung around in the ring to sign autographs and take photos for fans.

Hardy wrestled at last night’s live event in Plymouth.

– Former WWE Diva Jillian Hall was scheduled to wrestle TNA Knockout Traci Brooks at this weekend’s WSU event but missed the show due to flight problems. She wrote on Twitter last night:

“Back home in Orlando. So bummed about missing the show and not wrestling @TheTraciBrooks .. Someone book it soon! Battle of the ta ta’s! Lol”

– Matt Hardy posted the following video to hype his ring return for the Mid Atlantic Wrestling promotion on January 28th in South Boston, Virginia. Hardy noted that his body can’t handle a full-time wrestling schedule right now but he will be making a few appearances before having back surgery. The video below features Hardy rapping:

Former WWE Superstar John Morrison is still working on his “Out of Your Mind” fitness DVD. Morrison noted this weekend that he was working on titles and graphics for the DVD and added that they have about a terabyte of content.

 

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