-- The mobile TNA Impact game, which will be available for many platforms including iOS, Android, Windows Phone 7 and more, will be released by NAMCO BANDAI on May 19. Sting, Hulk Hogan, Rob Van Dam, AJ Styles, Kurt Angle, Jeff Jarrett, Ric Flair, Abyss, Samoa Joe, The Pope, Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin are all confirmed for the game, as well as six different match types including Tag Team, Submission, and Cage Matches. You can check out the full press release for the game at this link.

-- Mickie James will be hosting a wrestling show at Springfest in Carrier Mills, Illinois on May 27th, 2011. Bell time is 8 PM.

-- On the May 9th episode of Conan earlier this week they had a sketch where it showed what it was like to be Osama Bin Laden's roommate. In the sketch, Osama was channel surfing when he came across footage of TNA Wrestling. You can check out the video at this link.

-- Asbury Park, NJ will host a TNA Live! event on Saturday, July 2 at the Convention Hall at 7:30pm. Tickets go on sale Friday, May 20 at ticketmaster.com and charge by phone at 800-745-3000. Tickets will also be available for purchase at the Convention Hall box office. Fans that purchase a $50 ticket will receive a special meet and greet with TNA Superstars at 5:30pm (Redeemable with ticket the night of the show). Military personnel receive $5 off select tickets with valid military ID at the box office. Appearing live and in person will be Ric Flair, Jeff Jarrett, Kurt Angle, Rob Van Dam, Mr. Anderson, Matt Hardy and more!

-- TNA Television Champion Gunner on Busted Open earlier this week to promote this Sunday's TNA Sacrifice PPV. Here are some highlights:

Shane Helms' condition: "I haven't necessarily spoken to him, but I do know he's doing a little better. He's still stitched up and beat up and I believe he's still in the hospital. He got lucky, and we thank God for that he's still able to walk and keep wrestling in the near future. He's gonna have to maybe have a few surgeries I believe, but he is doing a little bit better…..still in high spirits as always."

Who in locker room has given him constructive criticism and positive reinforcement: "I would say D'Lo. D'Lo Brown has been a big help with me. He helped me a few times when I did some extra spots with WWE back in the past….the past 3 or 4 years. And when he came to TNA, it was awesome. I was just doing the security thing at the time so D'Lo has been a big….somewhat of a father figure for me. D'Lo Brown, when it comes to matches and stuff, he's always grabbing me and said 'Don't do this, don't do that' or 'You did this ok'."

His match against Christopher Daniels a few weeks back on Impact: "I was really nervous going into this match with (Christopher) Daniels cause it was my first big TV title defense and my first big opportunity to show what I had. Daniels is an amazing athlete and I got mad respect for him, a man whos been doing it for a while. To go out there and have the match that I did, when I came through the curtain, it was one of those things the guys actually told me good job. You know, I heard good job from guys I've never heard it before so it means a lot when your co-workers and peers tell you good job out there. I felt comfortable that night, and it helped me in the long run as I go back out to the Impact Zone or doing house shows and PPVs, I felt like I'm in my niche now. I can just go out there and be Shatter/Gunner."

His input in his character development: "The good thing about TNA is, and I love the company…..they give you a lot of opportunities to give input on your character development. I really like that. I kinda just took the Shatter war character that I used with the NWA and just put that in Gunner a little more amplified for TV. TNA gives their guys a lot of opportunites to develop their own characters, to be their own person, to do what they want to do and I definitely got a lot of input doing what I want to do for Gunner."

His take, as a former US Marine, on the death of Osama Bin Laden: "I'm glad he's gone man. I watched a little special the other night on all the Afghanistan stuff and Osama and the man, he's got a lot of followers and I think with him out of the picture, it could hopefully get us out of there. Obviously, there's always going to be those little terrorist groups that just want to keep going and follow him. It's definitely a big stepping stone for the United States. I know Jesse Neal, who was on the USS Cole in 2000 or 2001, I believe they got bombed over in Yemen, so he was definitely glad to see all that stuff happen."

Alex Seiver, Devin Cutting and BivalentZs contributed to this article. Follow Raj Giri on Twitter at @RajGiri_303. Got a news tip or correction? Send it to us by clicking here.