Hulk Hogan Note, Dixie Carter On JR, Eric Bischoff On WCW Demotion, Impact Correspondents Wanted

- We are looking for correspondents for tonight's Impact Wrestling taping in St. Louis, so if you are attending it, please contact us by clicking here.

- Dixie Carter commented on Jim Ross' WWE retirement on her Twitter, writing, "What a class act! @JRsBBQ. Wrestling will miss you!"

- It was 14 years ago this past Tuesday that Eric Bischoff was removed from his management position in WCW by TBS Sports chief Harvey Schiller. Bischoff was replaced by WCW accountant Bill Busch, who was named Senior Vice President, and the title of "WCW President" was eliminated. Bischoff commented on the anniversary of his demotion this past Tuesday, writing on his Twitter, "14 yrs ago today I was 'pay or played' from my Turner contract. They brought me back 4 months later when the Kool Aide went sour. Been a great ride ever since. Grateful for all the great opportunities that have manifested since that day, and a great biz partner in @JasonHervey and building an incredible biz. Some s--t is meant to be."

- Space Coast Daily has an article at this link about Hulk Hogan appearing at this Saturday's Team 3D Charity event at the Melbourne Auditorium in Melbourne, FL. The show will support the "Hope for a Single Mom" charity and in addition to Hogan, it will feature appearances from Devon, Garret Bischoff, Wes Brisco, Mike Knox, Samoa Joe, Sam Shaw, SoCal Val and Jay Lethal. Tickets are available by contacting Premiere Medical Aesthetics at 321-608-8160. You can get more information at this link. Please note that while Kurt Angle is featured in advertising for the show, he will not be appearing at the event.

- Speaking of Hogan, he joined Tito Ortiz, Rampage Jackson and Gail Kim on the latest Impact Wrestling podcast. Hogan talked about managing a high profile lifestyle, and why taking the time out for the fans is so important. Ortiz and Rampage discussed the differences in MMA vs. wrestling and their experiences so far in TNA. Gail Kim was featured throughout the entire podcast to talk about life as one of the top female wrestlers in the world. You can listen to the episode below:

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