- Above is a preview for next week's episode of Impact Wrestling.

- Donald Wood has an article at Forbes about TNA's new television deal with the POP Network, noting that the deal "indicates a bright future for Impact Wrestling." It noted that Impact Wrestling will now be available in more than 80 million homes, as opposed to the 59 million homes that Destination America reaches.

- The Daily Record has a story here about Drew Galloway's goal to visit every children's ward at all the major hospitals in Scotland.

"I wanted to do the tour after meeting a kid from Starlight, a children's charity last week and I thought why not come back home and do something for my country," Galloway said. "Because I'm always on the move with my career, the tour may take some time to get to places like Inverness and Aberdeen but I've committed to it now, so I won't disappoint."

- During his current tour in the U.K., Kurt Angle had coffee with James Cleverly, who is a member of Parliament with the British Conservative Party. Cleverly made headlines earlier this month for an interview he gave on BBC Radio 5 Live where he admitted that he smoked pot in college and watched porn online. He also played a game of "snog, marry, avoid," where the married politician said he'd "snog" Home Secretary Theresa May and singer Rita Ora.


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