As we’ve reported for the last few weeks since the big Bound for Glory pay-per-view, Dixie Carter has taken to using her Facebook page as a method for advancing the storyline where Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff “stole” TNA Wrestling right out from under her. In the past few weeks, she’s used her Facebook page to berate Jeff Jarrett and thank Spike TV for allowing her to call Bischoff a “little smug shit.” Earlier today, she used her Facebook page again to reference the storyline by posting this message:
“Anyone following the LA Dodgers/McCourt case? Counsel’s advised that while we are challenging Hogan & Bischoff’s legal position, I have the right & obligation to execute existing agreements. I refuse to give up these functions at least from Nashville until this is resolved.”
It appears as though Carter is going to continue using her reach on Facebook (she has nearly 100,000 fans as of this writing) to advance the storyline. Personally, this isn’t the kind of thing that I like to see since I’m one of these guys that likes the story to be the story that I watch on Thursdays and reality to be reality. However, this blurring of the lines between reality and the show is a hallmark of Vince Russo’s writing style and it appears that it’s going to stay put as a part of this storyline.