Dixie Carter

Dixie Carter12 posts
4 Dec, 2014

Huffington Post interview


Carter talks to the Huffington Post about TNA’s new television deal and goals for 2015.

My big focus for 2015 is to further distinguish our product from anybody else’s out there. What can we do better and what have we been doing great that we can take to another level. We’re going to be announcing in the coming weeks some realty exciting changes to our show and that’s a big part – trying to make our brand much more distinctive than not just WWE but other wrestling companies around the world.

16 Sep, 2014

Grantland.com interview


Carter talks to Grantland.com about her failed negotiations with AJ Styles.

I hate that we lost AJ. Are you listening? I hate it. I felt like we gave him a great offer. I really did. I felt like we gave him a great offer and I think he made a mistake.

7 Aug, 2014

SpikeTV negotiations comment


Carter appears on Ring Rust Radio to discus current events in TNA, during the dicsussion she comments on the SpikeTV negotiations for the IMPACT program.

Every two years I go through this. This is just the first public negotiation I’ve ever had. I think social media has really changed this kind of thing. I’m used to every two years negotiating with Spike and negotiating with other networks. This time is absolutely not any different. We’re still talking with them, but there are other people, thank God, that are interested in our product. I want to grow this brand; I want to grow it domestically. I want us to be able to start having the kind of success domestically that we’re having internationally. I’m not going to stop and none of us are going to stop until we get there. I’m real excited to see and I think we’ll know sooner than later what’s going to happen.

8 Dec, 2013

Tennessean.com interview


Carter speaks to Tennessean.com about the rumors of her selling TNA to Billy Corgan and the company being up for sale.

Since we have been in business going on 12 years now, this has been an ongoing (speculation). Oh, we’re going out of business. We’re not going to make it. Ever since we started, people were taking odds on how long we would last.

21 Nov, 2013

Sports Illustrated interview


Carter speaks to Sports Illustrated about budget cuts and Hulk Hogan in TNA.

I think Hulk has been worth it. He’s opened a lot of doors for us. When you’re about to lose a deal in an international territory and one phone call from Hulk Hogan makes a man who doesn’t even speak your language melt and you get your deal back, that carries a lot of weight. There’s not another guy out there who could do that.

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