AP Covering 'Pacman' Jones Story; TNA/YouTube Issue, Christy Hemme Blogs
— The Associated Press has picked up on the Adam “Pacman” Jones to TNA story. The article notes that “he signed a contract with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling and will make his in-ring debut on Thursday.” The article features comments from Jones. Jones said, “I am a big fan of wrestling, so I wanted to give it a try. I respect wrestling and I’m not coming in like it’s just a show. I want to prove that I am the greatest team-sport athlete.” A TNA spokesman said that he could not comment on whether Jones will actually wrestle, but that he will be involved in a storyline for sure. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was asked about Jones’ wrestling activities when he visited the Titans’ camp Saturday. Goodell said it was up to Jones to decide what’s in his best interest as he tries to earn his way back onto the field. “I’ve often said that it’s not about what you say, it’s about what you do,” Goodell said. “It’s your actions. And I think the actions will have to determine that.” Click here to read the article in its entirety. A link to the article is currently on the front page of Yahoo.com.
— It was reported over the weekend that TNA’s YouTube account, which housed the TNA Today show and other video footage online, was suspended — apparently for violating the “terms of service.” No other details have been given regarding the violation. The TNA videos are now being housed on MySpace.com.
— Christy Hemme has posted up a new blog on TNA’s official website. You can read it here.
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