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.:Surprise Visitors:.I was standing in the kitchen, all by myself. My brother was at work, I was the lucky one to have a free day from school and studying today. Brushing my hair over my shoulder, I stared at the old coffee maker on the side table. The plastic surface of it that once was in the color of clear white, had now turned more into light brown as it had been used over the years. My first honest thought looking at it was that we should get a new one, just in case it happens that we get important visitors or whatnot and had to keep the thing visible for the crowds.
Sighing I started to get ready for preparing dinner, knowing that it’s just the matter of time when my brother would be back. Picking up a kettle from the cabinet, I started to fill it up with water, when I suddenly started to hear a noise. It was a weird one, something I had never heard before. It was like a quiet humming of sorts, though still a very different from any hum that I had ever heard in my life.
I left the kettle filled
.:DJ Phoenix Interview:.As your guest today, we have the WWE superstar who just recently made his return to the company, DJ Phoenix. It’s nice to have you here.
It’s all my pleasure to be here, thanks.
Do you prefer wrestling to other pursuits such as acting and modelling?
Honestly, wrestling never was the first option as a career to make a living out for me. Phoenix was the final reason why I actually got into the business, she was a huge fan while we were growing up while I was more concentrated on my other interest, including acting and modeling. I don’t know how many people remember it, but I actually started off first as a model, only later Phoenix talking me into joining a wrestling school with her. That’s where it started off with the professional wrestling career, but I’ve always preferred other things, modeling especially, over it.
What are your opinions on your sister's character in Diva Business?
As much as I’ve
.:$tella Interview:.Welcome everybody. Today we have a special guest here with us, one of the fastest rising women in TNA today, the new Knockouts champion, $tella. Nice to have you here.
Thank you, it’s my pleasure to be here.
Was it your idea to speak Finnish in your recent promos, or the writers?
It was a long discussed decision from both sides, really. I remember one night especially when we were just backstage with Ken [Anderson] where I was giving him a basic lesson for few Finnish words, and ended up getting a stagehand hearing us over, who took the word to Brooke Hogan who then took it further and before I knew, they were proposing me of doing the Finnish talk during the promos on camera as well.
How does TNA compare to WWE?
It is really different, to tell the truth. From what I’ve seen, the female competition is given a lot more and different opportunities other than seen in WWE. Talk about what we had in Genesis – a no DQ match
.:Being Jealous Of What We Have Isnt Alright:.
TNA Genesis 2013
The camera cutting backstage, showing Jeremy Borash standing in the interview set, with Brooke Hogan next to him.
“Ladies and gentlemen, it is time for the long anticipated Knockouts championship match between the self-claimed Renegade $tella and Brooke Hogan’s right hand woman so to speak, Sorrow.” Turning towards the blonde on his side, Borash offered the microphone towards her. “You had something to address about this match before they get started.”
“Thank you Jeremy,” Brooke smiled, looking more than happy to finally be able to have some control over her division that she was addressed to take care of in the first place. “After what happened last Thursday night on Impact, we had an agreement with Dixie Carter about the Genesis’ title match. Both girls involved would get to pick one stipulation of their choosing for this match.”
Borash picking the microphone up for himself, but he was soon pushed away from
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