TNA Impact Wrestling, Dot Net audio note, JBL will make the Royal Rumble, Christian York wants to be the TNA Champion, Junkyard Dog, Boris Zhukov

Posted in: DOT NET DAILY
Dec 13, 2012 - 09:00 AM

By Chris Shore

-TNA Impact Wrestling is a taped show tonight. The last two taped shows were terrible, so hopefully TNA has it worked out this time. The show will feature all the fallout from Final Resolution, including why Aces and Eights turned on Bobby Roode. Join Ryan Kester (and possibly me) for live coverage as the show airs

-It's Dot Net mystery audio day today. Dot Net Members will be listening to either Jason Powell's Q&A or the traditional Dot Net Weekly depending on how my daughter's surgery goes. I would bet on DNW, and assuming it is, we will preview the TLC PPV, plus cover all the news of the week. Join us on the ad free version of the website by signing up for membership now via the Dot Net Members' Signup Page.

-WWE announcer JBL has postponed his attempt at climbing Aconcagua in Argentina to February 24 due to injury. The postponement means JBL will make the Royal Rumble, which he was previously going to miss. You can read JBL's statement on his Facebook page at

-TNA Gut Check winner spoke with the guys at 4th and Pain and said he wants to be World Champion in TNA, the Gut Check segments are 100 percent legit, and talked about getting his best opportunity so late in his career. You can see the video at

-WWE Hall of Famer and Mid-South legend Junkyard Dog (a/k/a Sylvester Ritter" would have turned 60 today. JYD, a standout star from the 1980s, was inducted posthumously to the WWE Hall of Fame in 2004 after dying in a car crash in 1998.

-Former AWA and WWE wrestler Boris Zhukov (a/k/a James Kirk Harrell) turns 53 today. Zhukov ironically took on the Russian gimmick after working as "Pvt. Jim Nelson" of Sgt. Slaughter's "Cobra Corps" for Jim Crockett Promotions. Zhukov retired from wrestling in 1996.

-The continued lack of love for wrestlers on their birthday continues as there are no classic wrestling shows on ESPN Classic tonight.

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