Tara interview talking about WWE Divas, new role in TNA



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Tara Discusses Her Current Reign As TNA Knockouts Champion, Just How Close She Was To Retiring From Professional Wrestling, What Her Fans Can Expect To See From The Release Of Her New Documentary ("Tarafied"),Her Secret To Staying In Tremendous Shape, Why Working With "Mr. PEC-Tacular" Jessie Godderz Is More "Fun" Than Anything, His Bright Future In iMPACT Wrestling, Where She Believes The Direction Of The Knockouts Division Is Headed, What She Would Like To See Happen For The Knockouts In 2013, Why She Feels The Current Crop Of WWE Divas Do Not Deserve The Criticism They Receive, The Overall State Of Women's Wrestling Today, Her Fondest Memories Of Working With Torrie Wilson & Trish Stratus And How They Played An Instrumental Part In Her Early Career, The Opening Of Her New Restaurant In Chicago, Plus Much More In Her Exclusive Monday Night Mayhem Interview


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TNA Knockouts Champion Tara was the featured guest on this week's edition of the award-winning Monday Night Mayhem, hosted by The Big Mosh, "The Chairman of the Board" Todd Vincent, and "Wild" Bill Brown. The first edition of "Your Home of Wrestling Radio" for 2013 is now available for FREE download, exclusively on the WrestleView Radio Network: 
 
Tara/Monday Night Mayhem Interview (MP3 Streaming Audio): http://www.wrestleviewradio.com/WVIP_Preview/mnm010713.mp3


Interview highlights courtesy of WWEDVDNews.com's Aaron Carnevale, MNM's National Correspondent: 


The experience of teaming up with "Mr. PEC-Tacular" Jessie Godderz in iMPACT Wrestling: "I love to manage. It is so much fun working and bouncing stuff off of each other, being goofy, and being able to entertain. At the same time, I can still wrestle. It also allows me to get my body a little bit of a rest while watching him wrestle. It is so much fun. I can't express how much fun I'm having."


Why she believes the current WWE Divas should not receive the criticism that they do: "It's not their fault. They have some great talent over there (in the WWE), but you cannot tell a story in four minutes with two entrances. We're lucky to have that much time on television to do it. I hope they get more time in the future, because they aren't getting their opportunity."

The direction of the TNA Knockouts division and where she sees things headed for the Knockouts in the new year:
 "I love where we are going. I think we're going to see some new faces, new feuds, and maybe a new style of wrestling. We have an awesome creative department that are huge fans of the Knockouts division. You'll be seeing a good year, honestly."


Much more is contained in Tara's interview with Monday Night Mayhem, including her candid thoughts on just how close she was to retiring from professional wrestling, her current reign as TNA Knockouts Champion, why she believes the future is very bright for her man in iMPACT Wrestling, what her fans can expect to see from the release of her new documentary ("Tarafied"), the overall state of women's wrestling today, her fondest memories of working with Torrie Wilson & Trish Stratus (and how they played an instrumental part in her early career), her secret to staying in tremendous shape, the opening of her new restaurant in Chicago, plus so much more! Follow Tara right now on Twitter (at www.Twitter.com/TaraLisaMarie), and be sure to get all of the latest updates on "Tarafied" by following the documentary's director Matt Goldberg on Twitter (at www.Twitter.com/MBGFilms). Mayhem Nation: Don't forget to call your local cable or satellite provider to place your order for TNA's Genesis, airing live this Sunday night on Pay-Per-View.

  

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