TNA Knockout Supports Barack Obama, Update On Angelina Love

Published On 05/15/2012 | By PWMania.com Staff | News

— Barack Obama made history last Wednesday as the first United States President to openly support gay marriage. He spoke out on the matter Tuesday on the ABC morning talk show The View, which drew an elated response from TNA Knockout Madison Rayne on Twitter.

“Obama on “The View” discussing same sex marriage rights!!! Awesome!!! GoBama!!!” Rayne wrote.

Her remark drew ire from some of her followers; she responded, “LoL. Everyone’s entitled to their opinions guys. If you don’t agree with mine, cool. Disrespectful comments ALWAYS result in a block though.”

— Angelina Love, who has not competed on Impact Wrestling since the April 5 episode, stated on Twitter that she will be on hand for tonight’s taping in Orlando, Florida (air date May 24).

“Fun night in Orlando last night, now at the Impact Zone for @IMPACTWRESTLING TV tapings! Excitement!!” Love wrote.

The five-time TNA Women’s Knockout Champion returned to the road at last week’s live events in Louisiana, putting over Mickie James. She is advertised to face Velvet Sky at Thursday and Friday’s shows in Mississippi.

PHOTO – Former WWE star wrestles at last night’s TNA Impact taping »

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