Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Feb 16, 2012
Tara Compares Dixie Carter & Vince McMahon

Tara Compares Dixie Carter & Vince McMahon

Tara did an interview with SportsVIbe where she compared working for Dixie Carter and Vince McMahon. “I rarely got to talk to Vince McMahon, I would always say hello if I walked passed him in the corridor but he was always really busy,” she said. “On the other hand Dixie is always around backstage, we can approach her and she has a lot of meetings with us girls and tells us what an important role we have on the show, so that’s nice.”

She also discussed the origins of her TNA gimmick, saying, “The whole tarantula thing was not my idea, I was called the ‘Black Widow’ in WWE – The Undertaker said I looked like the Black Widow the pool player, so I went with it and had everything designed with spiders. Then, when I came to TNA… I arrived at the arena someone brought me over four tarantulas and said, ‘These are for you.’ I then put two and two together with my new name Tara and tarantula.”

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4 Responses to “Tara Compares Dixie Carter & Vince McMahon”

  1. mattcasdorph says:

    Taker must have been on something, Tara looks nothing like Jeanette Lee!

  2. Bigmike885 says:

    While i get what she's saying, comparing Vince to Dixie is kind of stupid. Dixie is just the money machine. She doesnt run the show, she doesnt write the show, oversee production..ect. While its great that she has time to talk directly to her talent more often, there are reasons behind it. If she had all the jobs to do that Vince does (and yes.i know..he should delagate) i'd be willing to be she wouldnt have the same time..also, it's pretty apparent that Vince doesnt give two shits about the womens division

    • Triple f says:

      Your comment on mcmahon’s attitude towards his women’s division is spot on. I used to despise female “wrestling.” TNA Completely changed my mind in 2007. I’m still a big fan of the knockouts division, even though it’s not as strong as it used to be.

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