TNA Knockout ODB gone from TNA

One Dirty B

One Dirty B

ODB has twitted her departure from TNA on Monday, saying it was her decision. This isn’t much of a surprise, as ODB had been benched for several months after publically making negative comments about a Knockout match. ODB has suggested she is interested in working in movies. We wish ODB the best of luck in whatever she chooses to do next.

What is surprising is Roxxi’s departure (again) from TNA after wrestling a match against Madison Rayne Sunday at TNA’s Slammiversary. The rumour about backstage is that Roxxi was only  told about the stipulation her career would be on the line when she arrived before the show Sunday.

Since the start of 2010, Awesome Kong, Alissa Flash, ODB, Roxxi, Tara and Traci Brooks have  left TNA. Taylor Wilde and Hamada are all MIA. Daffney and Angelina Love are just getting back after being sidelined with injuries.

TNA has hired Lotta Love to fill the void. Now, Lotta Love is big, but its like the women wrestling talent in TNA is hissing out the ruptured hull of a direlect spaceship in the cold void of space.  Lotta Love isn’t going to plug this hole.

Trace Brooks and So Cal Val return from Iraq

traci-brooks.jpegTraci Brooks is back from Iraq and took out the time to catch us up on her experiences in the war-torn country of Iraq. Traci posted the following on Monday on MySpace,

back safe. thanks all

hey everyone..So Cal Val and I are back safe and sound..a little injured(my poor chest) jet lagged and worn out but what an amazing experience…it is so hard to sum up the trip…how do we describe what we saw, what we experienced, or how it changed the way we look at life? ..but i must say watching So Cal Val slum it was a high point of my trip..lol..she will likely be mad at me but i have to share one of the best lines ever, “Traci, how do i flush the porta potty?” sorry Val…lol..we were lucky enough to go to some of the smaller bases, places that entertainers have never been..some bases with less then 100 soldiers and no woman, for 12 months! we were able to see what they did on an average day, talk to them about their families back home, how they worked side by side with the Iraq soldiers to help build their country..some were trying just to get running water into the villages, to listen to the dads talk
about their children or share how they are able to read to them at night thanks to technology,
how some missed the births of their kids..you could hear the sadness in their voices, i just hope they know how proud their kids are of them..and that they are hero’s in their eyes.. one soldier shared pictures he had taken on a mission..they were of Iraq children high fiving the American
soldiers or a solider handing out school supplies to the kids, he was able to capture some very sweet moments in a time that is otherwise sour ..to meet these 18 yr old kids that are away from home for the 1st time carrying a gun everywhere they go(remember what you were holding when you were 18? likely not a gun)..woman who just had children only to leave them to fight for our country..i said before it was so strange for me to hear them say thank you…thank you for what? it was only 10 days out of our lives and they spend up to a yr over there and alot of them were kids on their 2nd or 3rd tours..and they are saying thank
you to us?…it makes you look at life alot differently, to appreciate everything you have..i wish more people could go over there just to realize how lucky we have it and learn to BITCH LESS AND APPRECIATE MORE!!! i just want to take this time to say thank you again to all the men and women who fight for our country..Please come home safe..

so the next time you see a solider in an airport or wherever please take the time out of your busy schedule to say thank you..Val and I were lucky enough to have this amazing experience and have a new appreciation for life, i can only hope more people do…we both wanted to give a
special thanks to PRO SPORTS MVP for letting this happen…

traci 🙂

TNA Knockout Traci Brooks update

traci-brooks.jpegTraci Brooks had an opportunity to catch us up on her time in Iraq.

Current mood: thankful

hey everyone

just a quick update from So Cal Val and I from

Iraq…been here for a week and words cant describe what its

like over here…we ve met over 20 000 soldiers men and

women from the ages of 18 and up and been all over

Iraq..stranded right now in Baghdad due to a sandstorm so we

had a minute to catch up with everyone back home…

well i had a bit of a boo boo and got injured..i was of

course doing something i shouldn’t have been doing and

burnt the right side of my chest pretty bad..i was firing a

240 off of an M rap and the shell kicked back and fell down

my shirt and burnt me pretty bad…I’m a little sore but

the medics here were fantastic and got me all wrapped up and

back on the road..ya, only me that would happen to …dont

worry tna fans my chest will be as good as new when i get

back home..lol..the funniest part of the trip has been

seeing So Cal Val roughing it..brushing her teeth outside

with a bottle of water, using porta potty, eating bagged

army food..its quite funny to me..lol..dont worry i got lots

of pics…but seriously people back home have no idea how

lucky we have it, i believe everyone needs to come over here

and see what our brave men and women are doing for us..not a

day has passed that tears have not run down our faces or a

smile across our face from a

solider saying 2 simple words THANK YOU!, We are both

always so surprised when they say that, they are thanking us

for coming over there for 10 days when they are risking

their lives for us..THANK YOU guys for being so selfless and

brave!!! God bless,

love Traci and So Cal Val

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