TNA President Dixie Carter was dramatically caught by security cameras at company headquarters in Nashville earlier this week, which captured her wild outburst at her own Chief of Staff, Rockstar Spud.
As you will see in the clip, Impact announcer Jeremy Borash was getting Dixie’s thoughts on MVP, before Spud approached Carter and asked her why she had been ignoring him over the past week.
Loud screams and an unmistakable thud caught the attention of TNA officials, who were able to get their hands on the security footage from inside the elevator in which they were travelling. As you will see, Carter wildly attacks Spud before being restrained by Borash.
Carter was angered by Spud’s recent failures, which saw him allow Bully Ray take over the TNA offices, talk to staff, and find out Carter’s home address.
As show on last week’s episode of TNA – Ray broke into the TNA offices and approached the receptionist, looking for Dixie. Spud attempted to block Ray’s way, but was simply hoisted over the shoulder of the invader as he continued on up the stairs. Ray entered Carter’s office and sent Spud to go get him a coffee while he made himself comfortable behind Dixie’s desk.
In the next segment, Spud asked Bully to leave the building, Ray turned to the rest of the TNA staff and asked them if they wanted him to leave as well – they said no. Ray told Spud he would leave if he told him where Dixie was. Spud said he didn’t know, so Ray said he’d leave if Spud had one beer with him. Spud accepts, but Ray picks him up and power-bombs hum through a table. Ray turned to the rest of the room and asked them what the new company motto is, to which they replied: tables, tables, tables.
One week earlier, Bully Ray came to the ring with a table which had spray-painted onto it the word, Dixie. Ray was seeking revenge for Carter’s attack at Sacrifice four days earlier when, disguised as a photographer, Dixie crept up behind Bully and pushed him off the canvas through a table, during his match with Bobby Roode – an attack which left Ray with two damaged ribs.
Since Bully Ray helped Team MVP win the Lethal Lockdown match in March, he has been feuding with both Carter and Roode. But as he prepared to bomb Carter through a table, MVP decided enough was enough and decreed that neither Bully nor Dixie would be allowed near the Impact Zone for the foreseeable future.
Despite Ray announcing his intention to put Carter through a table at the start of the evening, Dixie came to the ring with Ray’s table and several members of security, to remind everyone of what happened at Sacrifice, continuing to brag about it.
She spoke of how Bully had continuously threatened her in the ring, but had failed to deliver. Ray returned and told her that every pro wrestling fan wanted to see him put her through a table. He added that, contrary to her beliefs, he did not fear her – asking the security to step aside and allow him to advance on her.
The majority of Dixie’s security staff obliged and walked away, leaving just three men protecting a now apprehensive Carter. Ray asked the men to stand aside or have their ‘asses kicked’, counting down from five before charging the ring and fighting off the security.
Bully advanced on Dixie, but she stood her ground and attempted to slap Ray, who caught the attempt and held her arm in place. Ray then went for the power-bomb, only to be cut off by MVP, who orders Bully to stop what he’s doing. He told them that he was sick of their constant ranting at each other, and that they would both be banned from the building.
Ray in unlikely to take MVP’s word as law however, having reminded MVP before he left that it was only thanks to him that he was in control. He then added that he would now go to the TNA offices in Nashville to chase down Carter once again.
The clip of Dixie’s attack on Spud can also be found here.
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