By Ryan Clark | May 08, 2008
After the TNA Lockdown pay-per-view, TNA Knockout Rhaka Khan was at the Boston airport to fly to Orlando for the bi-weekly Impact tapings. She called TNA's travel director, Bob Ryder, saying that she didn't have her ticket to Orlando. She was dropped off at a sign in the airport that read "Jet Blue" and "Air Tram." She thought they were one and the same, so when she went to the Air Tram counter, she got frustrated when they had no ticket for her. She was actually flying with Jet Blue, and eventually got her ticket from them.
The TNA website has an in-character interview with Kip James, which you can read at TNAWrestling.com. He talks about turning on BG James, and how he wants to rise to the top of wrestling. James said, "No more fun. No more games. No more friendships holding me back. I'm 6' 3", 260 pounds, with the best vertical leap in the sport. I have a lifetime of experience in this sport, but I have spent too many years just being good enough. Now, I want to be the best, and I know I've got the tools to get it done."
UFC Champion Reacts To Seth Rollins Title Win, Bethe Correia Clarifies Comment, UFN Weigh Ins
Jim Ross On Blood At Elimination Chamber, GFW - Destination America, Working With Sunny, Steiner
Backstage News On Brock Lesnar Working House Show In Japan, WWE Stars Sing HBK's Theme Song
Today In Wrestling History 5/29: WWF Shoots Rock & Wrestling Connection Angle, NWA Invades NY, More
Shelton Benjamin Says He Recently Negotiated With TNA; Explains Why He Didn't Sign, Maybe Going
Ric Flair Hypes Event, Goldberg, Jesse Ventura Film, Molly Holly On Madusa In WWE HOF, Mick Foley
Kevin Owens Talks Developing A Relationship With Triple H, Importance Of John Cena Match, RAW Debut
WWE Interested In A Former TNA World Champion?
Brock Lesnar Returning To WWE Television
Top Star Possibly Injured At Last Night's WWE SmackDown Tapings (Updated With Photo)
Possible Replacement For Rusev At WWE Elimination Chamber, Backstage Notes On His Injury
Brock Lesnar Working First House Show In Eleven Years, Opponent Revealed