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Hi Mrs. Carter, First of all i would like to thank you for this unbelievable opportunity. There are over 250 million Portuguese language speakers all over the World, being Portugal and Brazil the most significant communities. I believe it is quite an important market, with loyal and passionate wrestling fans. Wrestling.pt is the biggest wrestling website in Portuguese language and we are proud to present our readers with the opportunity of asking a few questions to the President of a glob
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  Hi Mrs. Carter, First of all i would like to thank you for this unbelievable opportunity. There are over 250 million Portuguese language speakers all over the World, being Portugal and Brazil the most significant communities. I believe it is quite an important market, with loyal and passionate wrestling fans. Wrestling.pt is the biggest wrestling website in Portuguese language and we are proud to present our readers with the opportunity of asking a few questions to the President of a global wrestling o rganization, such as TNA. In last couple of weeks I’ve gathered an overwhelming amount of questions and selected just a few, there I thought might be more pertinent at the moment for TNA and for Wrestling.pt audience. Let me first start the questions with some local interests. I must say, I was very happy to read about a recent TV deal between TNA and Portugal’s SportTV, which allows Portuguese fans to watch Impact Wrestling, along with other TNA programming on TV. With that in mind, one of the most repeated questions is if TNA is planning an European tour that contemplates Portugal (and eventually a South American Tour with a show in Brazil), and when can we expect this to happen? There was a Portuguese wrestler  –  Shanna, who recently fought against Gail Kim in a match broadcasted on Xplosion. Shanna  –  The Perfect Athlete, was featured on the online TNA Gut Check Challenge and finished second overall, being the most voted female on competition. A lot of our readers have being asking about her, especially after her match against Gail Kim. I have to ask you, with all the new things happening in the Knockouts Division, will we see Portugal’s perfect Athlete Shanna finally signing with TNA?  One of the most impressive TNA efforts is to keep a very open and active interaction with the fans. In the social media for example, it’s very common to see TNA superstars engaging in conversations with the fans. I believe the #Impact365 platform as brought a new dimension to this experience, but it seems TNA hasn’t even started to scratch it’s surface. What is the concept of #Impact365 and what can we expect from it the future? It’s fair to say the UK Tour was quite a success, with full arenas and a very receptive crowd to watch all the TNA action. Nevertheless, there have been some reports about the not so impressive U.S. TNA live events attendance. What do you think about TNA being very well received internationally (even more considering Impact being the nº1 wrestling product in the UK and Germany) while it seems to struggle against a lot of negativity in the US? Lockdown was a very fun Pay-Per-View to watch, lots of surprises and very emotional in some moments. How do you see the PPV market for TNA in the future? Will TNA keep the current 4 PPV model or eventually add a couple more per year?  We have seen some new faces debuting on TNA, EC3, Sam Shaw, The Wolves, Sanada and Brittany are just a few examples. Many fans today are saying TNA is on a youth movement. What are you’re thoughts about this? There were dozens of readers who asked about specific wrestlers, most of them are names that have an established character in the independent promotions and have giving proof that they can entertain. I’m sure names like Kevin Steen, Adam Cole, Prince Devitt and Michael Elgin a ren’t news to you. Instead of asking you for specific names, I was wondering how does TNA scout for new talent and if it possible to see TNA interested in hiring Top indy talents as once TNA did (in 2005 with Samoa Joe for example, who at the time was a big indy talent)? TNA has recently solidified their partnership with Wrestle-1 in Japan. What is the future of the current relationship with W-1? Does TNA still has working partnerships with AAA and OVW? And will we see more Japanese talent on TNA in a regular basis? The last question I would like them to be more personal, first of all what is the best and worst things about being a women, a mother, a wife, daughter, and yet, the President of TNA? Best regards, Jorge Rebelo
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