TNA President Dixie Carter slammed through a table by Team 3D in NYC

 

During the broadcast of IMPACT WRESTLING (9/8c, Spike TV) on Thursday, Aug. 7, TNA President Dixie Carter was raised atop Bully Ray’s shoulders and smashed through a table, her broken body lying in the center of the ring until EMT’s could come to her aid in front of a sold out Manhattan Center crowd in New York City.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3YnS16V056Q&feature=youtu.be

The incident has taken social media by storm, with #ItHappens

For months Bully and Dixie have been in a heated feud, with Bully promising for weeks to put Dixie through a table. Well, it happened.

“I know what it’s like to have a boss you don’t respect; to have a boss you want to toss,” Bully Ray said in a release. “Tonight I delivered on my promise to put Dixie through a table. You’re welcome!”

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TNA Entertainment, LLC, is a privately held sports entertainment company based in Nashville, specializing in events, products, numerous TV properties, merchandise and music, as well as, the management and promotion of professional wrestlers.

The roster features such talent as Jeff Hardy, Kurt Angle, MVP, Lashley, Eric Young, Magnus, James Storm, Bobby Roode, Austin Aries, Gail Kim and the lovely and lethal Knockouts, and many more through its highly successful TNA IMPACT WRESTLING weekly broadcast, airing Thursday at 9/8c, on SPIKE TV.

In addition, TNA produces monthly PPV events and more than 100 live events a year. The product is the world’s most innovative experience in professional wrestling and is broadcast in more than 120 countries.

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