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Kiera Hogan Claims Ember Moon Stole Her Gimmick

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Impact Knockout Kiera Hogan is claiming the WWE superstar Ember Moon stole her gimmick Ember Moon stole her gimmick when the two were attending a WWE tryout together back in 2015.

Hogan says that after she pitched the character during the tryout, it was given to another wrestler, but believes that Moon adopted a similar character as well.

“I think the ‘Girl on Fire’ thing WWE probably gave to (Becky Lynch), but I bet Ember (pitched hers),” Hogan stated, according to Fightful. “She was at my tryout. I saw her sign her contract, she cried when she signed her contract. After the tryout, she texts me and said ‘I wanna help you get booked on shows,’ after that I’ve never spoken to her and that was almost four years ago. I know she got the inspiration from me. It doesn’t help that we’re two black females, so I’ll automatically get compared to her.”

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Jeff Jarrett, Global Force Wrestling File Lawsuit Against Anthem Sports & Entertainment

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Jeff Jarrett and Global Force Wrestling have filed a lawsuit against Anthem Sports & Entertainment, the parent company of Impact Wrestling, for copyright infringement stating that Anthem has been making money off of GFW content after the merger between the two sides fell apart.

According to the lawsuit, Anthem “reproduced, distributed, publicly displayed, offered for sale, and sold the GFW Amped content without providing any compensation or royalties to GFE or Mr. Jarrett.”

Lawyers for Jarrett released the following statement to media:

“Mr. Jarrett does not have a comment on this case but we look forward to our day in court before the jury.”

 

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Tessa Blanchard Explains Choosing to Join Impact Wrestling

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Impact Wrestling superstar Tessa Blanchard has been making waves since joining the wrestling promotion, after making a name for herself on the indy circuit and competing in the inaugural WWE Mae Young Classic.

In an interview with Icon vs Icon, Blanchard discussed her decision to join the company.

“I want to do that while making a name for myself” Blanchard said, regarding building up what her family has done in the business. “To make a name for myself, I feel it’s important for me to establish myself before I go anywhere else. Impact has given me the platform, exposure and access to the tools and teachers to do that.”

“I feel like this is a great place for me right now. It feels good. It’s a good locker room and a good production.”

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Impact Wrestling Scores Second Lowest Viewership In 2018

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Things didn’t go very well for Impact Wrestling as it scored the 2nd lowest ratings of 218, which featured Austin Aries retaining his World Heavyweight Championship in the main event against Eddie Edwards.

The show drew 168,000 viewers, which is a significant drop from 248,000 viewers of last week’s show.

The low viewership is the 2nd lowest in Impact’s 2018 year, second only to the 61,000 viewers that tuned in to their December 14th episode.

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