Mick Foley has a new blog up on his Myspace, putting over TNA’s Daffney and discussing non-scripted promos.. You can check out the full blog. Here are some highlights?Daffney’s got it going on. That’s what I think whenever I see her on TV, doing promos, in the ring, etc. Which is my way of saying that she’s really hit her stride; everything seems to be coming together simultaneously. I’ve always thought that anything that’s different is good, and man is this chick different. I try to give feedback when I see something I like, and it seems that I’m always saying something to her about what I see. “I love the outfit, Daffney, it’s creepy, it’s you.” Or, “great promo, I like how calm you are.” She slithers like a snake, she’s got a cool walk, all her stuff in the ring looks good, and like all good characters, she makes you wonder where the character ends/where the person begins. I’ve been around her for a while now, and I don’t really have a clue. Plus, she’s read one of my novels like 4 times, and that’s a little scary.

Last week, the JAKKS Pacific people were at the Impact Zone during the TNA iMPACT! tapings to scan talent for the upcoming TNA Action Figure Line.

Matt Hardy posted thoughts on his Twitter account concerning an Internet wrestling writer for assuming that he spoiled his move to SmackDown. The Internet writer in question did a post saying Hardy “spilled the beans” after saying he was pleased with being moved to SmackDown on Monday night. However, the information had been on WWE.com for an hour or so when Hardy posted the tweet message. Hardy wrote: “I love how a guy who considers himself a top-notch wrestling journalist claimed I “spilled the beans” by posting I was traded to Smackdown when it had been up on WWE.com for almost an hour. He suggested maybe I “had permission” to post that, while it was already public info and all over the internet already. He’s quite an arrogant goof when it comes to matters like this. He’s constantly wrong in his reviews and regularly incorrect on matters. But my biggest complaint is that often insults talent, matches, or ideas just to seem “cool.” If you want to be looked at as a serious journalist, have your facts straight & remain professional by not insulting who keeps you in business. Not that my opinion is important, but that’s my opinion. I absolutely LOVE the true fans of the business, especially the positive ones who unconditionally respect all the pain, injuries, & sacrifices that ALL pro wrestlers go through to keep this wonderful business alive.”

Next week’s episode of ECW will air at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday instead of its regular time slot. Also, the Sci Fi Channel will officially be known as Syfy starting next Tuesday.