-- On Twitter, former WWE performer Gene Snitsky is promoting a fan initiated online petition pushing TNA Wrestling officials to sign him. The petition in question can be reached at petitiononline.com/snitsky1 Since departing from World Wrestling Entertainment in 2008, Snitsky has been seeking a career in acting. He will star in the sequel to the critically panned 1966 film Manos: The Hands of Fate, Manos: The Search For Valley Lodge.
-- TNA has signed Northeast independent wrestler Rob Eckos. Eckos had a tryout match against Bobby Fish at the last TNA iMPACT! taping. Eckos most noteworthy run was in the old 3PW promotion, teaming with Matt Striker.
-- Tammy Sytch (a/k/a Sunny), who performed for Extreme Championship Wrestling in the late 1990s, commented on rumors concerning a possible appearance at TNA Wrestling's HardCORE Justice pay-per-view event this Sunday. She wrote on her Facebook account: "Before everyone starts plastering my wall with questions or comments regarding my appearance on the TNA PPV: I will not be on it, nor have I been contacted by anyone there. Like Ive said before, don't believe anything you read on websites." It should be noted that we never posted that she would be at HardCORE Justice on this website.
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