By Ryan Clark | March 28, 2007
The reaction from TNA management to the "Fire Russo" chants at the Destination X PPV during the Sting vs. Abyss match is that "smart marks" are attempting to take over the show. Although many wrestlers on TNA's roster feel the fans are misguided when it comes to blaming Vince Russo more than Jeff Jarrett and Dutch Mantel for the problems with TNA, most agree that management is completely oblivious to the current creative issues in the company right now.
WrestlingINC.com is reporting that TNA President Dixie Carter attended the Destination X PPV, but not the TV tapings the following night. Carter has always been described as friendly with the wrestlers and liked by most. However, the biggest knock against her is that she is way too loyal to the creative team and hasn't' learned as much as she should have by now.
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