Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Apr 6, 2013
Dixie Carter & Stephanie McMahon Come Face-To-Face

Dixie Carter & Stephanie McMahon Come Face-To-Face

— As noted yesterday here on the website, the 4/4 TNA iMPACT! Wrestling drew a 1.1 cable rating, with 1.43 million viewers. This number is up from last week that did a 1.03 rating with 1.31 million viewers.

— Dixie Carter tweeted the following today: “Met @StephMcMahon for the first time this past week. Wish her and her family much success this weekend.”

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44 Responses to “Dixie Carter & Stephanie McMahon Come Face-To-Face”

  1. Tiffanydude says:

    OMG CATFIGHT!!!….Seriously the title makes sound like Dixie and Steph were childhood best fiends but Steph betrayed her and now they're sworn enemies or am I reading too much into this?

  2. KGill28 says:

    The McMahons ruined wrestling.

    • Stunner says:

      I don’t think that VKM ruined wrestling, however it was more like he attempted to take it over and failed. I think he shouldn’t have not bought out WCW, my resoning is that it made wrestling boring and without compition the product that was known as wrestling got stale. Thus the great falling away by avid WCW fans. After that it sucked monkey balls, fast forward to TNA upstart and now TNA is ten(10) years old and is poised to make a run in the market. If the WWE is smart they would be happy because compition creates a buzz an that buzz creates more cash$$$$ in the market for your product. Besides the Wrestlers should be happy as well if your not getting time in one place go to the other one and shine and then use that time in the other promotion to negotiate a bigger deal. Ie Christian Cage so it works for everyone even the fans. If you get tired of seeing John CENAs five finishing moves then turn to spike and watch TNA. So I see TNA as a good thing for wrestling period and if VKM is smart he will play along nicely. For if he doesn’t he may find himself in the same situation as WCW. An wouldn’t that be funny if Dixie Carter and Panda Energy Group bought out the WWE. Remember this every household In the USA NEEDS energy(lights). Every household in the US doesn’t NEED the WWE or TNA for that matter. So the cash flow would not be a problem. Just a little something to think about.

    • Mutter5 says:

      Made, then ruined

    • hangers says:

      Vince made wrestling, without him it wouldn't be as mainstream as it is now, he is the best in the business, but we always have to ask the question, if not Vince, would someone else have done it and how?

      • Tiffanydude says:

        True but McMahons ruined their own product with politics & bs, it's a shame really

      • jbcissom says:

        If you really want to get to the root of it, Jane Fonda ruined wrestling. She's the reason why Turner had to sell. It's all Jane Fonda's fault!

      • 1Risky1 says:

        He got helped by using alot ideas from the wrestleling company from Argentina Titanes En El Ring
        they had alot of the same similar characters that WWE used in the 80's, even cartoons and action figures, you can google them and see their facebook here http://www.facebook****/pages/Titanes-En-El-Ring-

      • pepsilover2008 says:

        If anything you could say wcw made wrestling as mainstream as it is now because nwo made the wwe have to attempt to make strides toward a better product. They got kinda died down during the early 90s due to a lack of competition, which we see happening now.

        • hangers says:

          Yes, umm, where is this WCW that you speak of? Wrestlemania made wrestling mainstream, WWF pretty much made every one of the stars in WCW a star before they were poached by Bischoff and Turner.. Regardless of what I think of the product, Vince and the WWE are the only organisation to make a true, profitable business out of wrestling..

          • pepsilover2008 says:

            Who cares if it wasn't profitable, its about the impact. Wwe popularized it in the 80s but by the early 90s they died down to the extent their biggest star, Bret hart at the time, had to leave the company due to the fact wwe couldn't pay him. Wcw is what popularized it in the 90s

          • Bigmike885 says:

            but wrestling was mainstream before WCW existed..its always been peeks in vally's. But wrestling was more "mainstream" in the mid 80s due to Hogan and wrestlemania..If wrestlemania would have failed WWE would have died..and who knows where wrestling would be today

          • oh0K says:

            Wrestlemania was a rip off of Starrcade… they just payed alot of famous people to come to the first one to try and make it bigger…. I still dont get why they call Wrestlemania the grand daddy of em all and there were two starrcades before the first wrestlemania…

          • hangers says:

            In 1983 Starrcade wasnt ppv so its market was far more limited than WWF was, I remember watching it on vhs 20 odd years ago, remember great matches, probably better than WWF but cant remember any noteworthy celebrities attending it unlike Wrestlemania which was on cable and beamed accross the globe with increasing viewership year by year. Vince is an innovator, even if part of innovation is imitation he always seemed to do it bigger and better..

          • tnadude says:

            I'm not sure how to respond to this one…

  3. vantheman77 says:

    An epic meeting.

  4. Mutter5 says:

    Dixie is classy. No McMahon would ever wish Dixie well, never mind success.

    • jbcissom says:

      That's the difference between a "southern belle" and a "yankee b!tch".

    • Bigmike885 says:

      oh I don't know..maybe steph didn't say anything because she's busy actually help run a wrestling organization…unlike Dixie who pretty much just writes the checks..also..i'm not even sure Stehpanie is on twitter or anything, but if she is, most who would be following her have no idea who Dixie is..everyone who follows Dixie knows who Steph is

      • ariesstormjoe says:

        theres something to be said for respect.

        she's vince daughter. she works for wwe cos her dad owns wwe.

        I think dixie also handles a lot of the media.

        • Bigmike885 says:

          it just makes Dixie say "look at me..i met Stephanie"…its kind of sad..

          • ariesstormjoe says:

            not really.

            you could argue thats all facebook/twitter is about for everyone that comment about what they've done.

            was bound to happen that some ppl from tna would meet some ppl from wwe over the weekend since they were in the same area.

          • tnadude says:

            Nah. It's just being kind to your competition and accepting that there is room for everyone. I was watching Bar Rescue (another Spike show) last night, and the host made two of the bar owners walk down the street and make nice with another owner (a former employee at that).

            The other owner accepted their apology and even showed up for their grand re-opening herself.

            Now, I don't expect Stephanie to tweet something similar (especially on the eve of WM), but I wouldn't say it makes Dixie look sad either.

      • pepsilover2008 says:

        Right because Stephine working creative has helped wwe hugely… If anything dixie knows how to run a company and when to hire people to fill what spots she can't. She atleast knows her limitation.

  5. lee4tammy says:

    but why did they meet ?

    accidental meeting or planned ?

    • Tiffanydude says:

      Wrestlemania, Punk is about to pin Taker 1,2,3, Suddenly lights go off, Sting appears, beats Punk with bat, then pins Taker, Sting wins, Shield comes, beats up Sting, Ace's & 8's appear, beats up Shield & Sting, Ace's & 8's take over, WWE PG-13 again, New Attitude Era begins…….

  6. Treck says:

    Vince McMahon ruined wrestling when he got greedy. But in that wrestling is slowly going on.a decline. TNA is doing fine for what they have. All the dirt sheets can say otherwise. But in this day and age of lesser wrestling fans today than years back. All is well. Not that the wwe is doing bad. But they are not as big as they were. I know some iwc geek will disagree with me. But look at the numbers. One can say the economy. But no billionaire and millionaire were harmed to the past 11 years or so to now.

  7. piperfan says:

    vkm ruined wrestling. it is not even wrestling in wwe, ITS SPORTS ENTERTAINMENT. This just proves that TNA IS WRESTLING and that Dixie is a class act! Why do you think Sting never went to wwe. it is and always was garbage

    • tnadude says:

      You'll never find anyone who dislikes VKM more than I do…

      But VKM did NOT ruin wrestling. He opened it up to a larger audience of fans who DID ruin wrestling. Vince just gives the masses what they want. Nothing more or less. Right now, the masses want PG. Why? Because they are more willing to part with their entertainment dollars if they can feel good about taking their kids.

      The "I need an immediate payoff" American society is what's to blame. Do I wish we could go back to 1997? Absolutely. But the fact is most people don't want that product any more or someone would give it to them.

  8. whatsup121 says:

    Dixie Carter or Stephanie McMahon who would you rather

  9. xenocea says:

    I can imagine after the meeting Stephanie would go back and bitch to vince about Dixie.

  10. wish them ann the best??? wwe is a money making machine that will do anything to kill any copetition and you are wishing them good luck? are you such a loser dixie? tna is right now the most exciting wrestling compeny,wwe should be nicer to you and not the opposite way,dear dixie: you should be proud in what you got and stop lickin wwe sorry asses

  11. destroyer_v39 says:

    I hoping to see a picture of them actually coming face to face. Giving each other a handshake in the photo or something.

  12. Big t mass says:

    Much sucess? Really ? She sounds way to soft wat do u all think steph was thinking? Good wishes for tna dont think so

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