-- The Southern Pines Pilot has an article on Jeff Hardy's court case. They are confirming that the prosecution asked for a continuance yesterday due to the state waiting for test results from the drugs found at Hardy's house in 2009. Hardy's attorney Jim Van Camp was ready to take a plea bargain when the Assistant District Attorney said that the state is still waiting for the results. The DA asked for a June 2nd hearing. When he said that the test could be done in thirty days, the judge ordered that the results be rushed and set an April 20 court date. You can read more about that at this link.
-- Despite appearing last night for TNA, Christopher Daniels is still under contract with Ring of Honor. The two companies had an agreement that allowed Daniels to appear under a mask in TNA, but not to appear as Christopher Daniels.
-- TNA Victory Road aired yesterday in the UK on Challenge TV. Due to the show ending early, they aired a game show for the last half-hour. There was also a lot of long commercial breaks to stretch out the time.
-- Time Warner on Demand is currently offering the Team Hogan vs. Team Flair match from last year's TNA Lockdown.
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