- Fame Magazine in the U.K. has an article about Mickie James' new music video, Somebody's Gonna Pay, at this link. The story contains comments from James, as well as Trish Stratus and Magnus, who are featured in the video.

"Mickie and I have connected with audiences all over the world with our performances in the wresting ring, so it was an honour to be able to connect with her once again for this music video," said Stratus about appearing in the video. "I have no doubt Mickie's fans will feel the same passion and magnetic energy she delivers in this video that they have felt for years from her in-ring performances."

- KentuckySportsRadio.com has a photo of Sting attending his son's, Steven Borden, practice game for the University of Kentucky this past weekend at this link. Steven signed with UK late last year.

- TNA British Bootcamp will premiere in Australia later this month. You can check out the press release below:


TNA Wrestling: British Boot Camp starts April 25th, 2013

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA: TNA Wrestling and FUEL TV are proud to announce the debut of a six-part entertainment series that follows four aspiring professional British wrestlers vying to crack the big time in the ultra-competitive world of American impact wrestling.

TNA Wrestling: British Boot Camp will go behind-the-scenes of TNA Wrestling's search for a UK superstar. Exclusive to FUEL TV, the series documents the story of four aspiring home-grown wrestlers as they pursue a professional wrestling contract with TNA Wrestling.

FUEL TV viewers will experience the triumphs and tribulations of Manchester-based female tag-team wrestling twins Hannah and Holly Blossom, along with two male wrestlers Marty Scurll and Rockstar Spud from Cambridge and Birmingham, as they embark on their ambition to join TNA's wrestling roster. Cameras follow them as they travel from their homes in the UK to the USA, get trained and mentored by famous names from the world of UK and US wrestling, and meet TNA's President Dixie Carter.

The finalists will enter the TNA developmental system to hone their wrestling skills and be put to the test by legendary British wrestlers and current TNA stars including Rollerball Rocco or Hulk Hogan. Culminating with a match at the TNA Impact Zone in Orlando, Florida, they compete to impress the judges and Dixie Carter. It's an opportunity of a lifetime for the professional wrestlers.

In addition to British Boot Camp, FUEL TV will also screen TNA's Greatest Matches, featuring the very best matches from all the TNA Pay-Per-Views over the last two years. This exciting show also debuts on April 25th at 5:30pm AST.

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