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Topic - Total Nonstop Action Wrestling
Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) is a privately held professional wrestling promotion founded by Jeff Jarrett and Jerry Jarrett. The company is active in the integrated-media industry, broadcasting its events on television and the Internet. TNA also gains revenue from live events, product licensing, and direct product sales. Dixie Carter is the President of the company and co-founder Jeff Jarrett is the Vice President. In 2002, Panda Energy International purchased a controlling share in TNA. - Source: Wikipedia
Two giants in the wrestling world are getting ready to rumble _ in a courtroom.
Pacman Jones ought to love professional wrestling. For one thing, there's no one-bump rule. There's no penalty for holding, either, nothing to prevent you from grabbing an opponent by the trunks — or by the hair, if there's enough of it — and flinging him into the first row.
Beware, this is a professional wrestling story. And when professional wrestling stories turn up in newspapers, on television and all over the Internet and provide material for the talk shows — as they have lately — something must have gone terribly wrong.