Dixie Carter Comments On Rampage vs. Tito Ortiz, King Mo’s Latest Win & More



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TNA president Dixie Carter recently posted a number of noteworthy tweets on her official Twitter account. First, Dixie tweeted a congratulatory message to Muhammad “King Mo” Lawal on his third round TKO victory over Jacob Noe at the Bellator event on Spike TV on Wednesday evening. She tweeted:

After hearing Mo reference TNA in his post-fight interview in the cage, Dixie followed up with this tweet moments later:

Later on in the evening, Bellator announced a Quinton “Rampage” Jackson vs. Tito Ortiz PPV fight for November 2nd. With Rampage being a part-time TNA employee as well, Dixie tweeted the following:

Finally, she commented on TNA’s new international TV deal with SONY SIX TV:



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