Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter- Above and below are the latest #MyComeback videos from Kurt Angle.
- Morale was up thanks to a strong crowd at TNA's Slammiversary pay-per-view in Dallas at the College Park Center last Sunday. Morale had been down after the stadium shows that drew poorly last week. John Gaburick reportedly gave the roster a pep talk before Slammiversary. Slammiversary drew over 3,500 fans and that was not a papered crowd.
- Tonight's TNA Impact Wrestling will air live from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Confirmed for tonight's show is a title defense by World Heavyweight Champion Eric Young and the Impact return of Taryn Terrell. Also for tonight, Dixie Carter has invited Tommy Dreamer to Impact to continue their angle from House of Hardcore. We will have spoilers later tonight from any tapings after the show. We are looking for correspondents for tonight's show, so if you are attending it, please contact us by clicking here.
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