The feud with Mr Anderson is designed to keep Bully Ray away from the TNA World Heavyweight Championship for a while.
"Late night YouTube watching was a bad idea. So many boys pretending to be professional wrstlers. A pair of trunks and a ring don't make you a wrestler."
- Mike Bennett bashing fans who are amateur wrestlers
Since every wrestling fan on the planet is curious about CM Punk leaving WWE, TNA has decided to take advantage of the situation by posting several of his matches for free on their YouTube account this week. Punk worked for the company during their early years.
Edge recently paid a surprise visit to a comedy show that Mick Foley was doing in New York, and the video of that appearance has now surfaced online.
Even though she is no longer with the company, WWE has decided to feature Beth Phoenix and her Glam Slam finisher on an episode of 30 Second Fury.
At a Dragon Gate USA show, Kassius Ohno, who was recently released by WWE, took a jab at Triple H by having his opponent doing the crotch chop and Pedigree finisher, which Ohno was able to kick out of at the one count.
TNA released a video, where Bobby Roode attacked James Storm inside of a bar in Orlando.
Mr Anderson was written off of television on Impact Wrestling, and he's also now the father of newborn twins, so that led many to believe that he was going to be skipping the current European tour that TNA is on. However, it has now been confirmed that he is overseas with the company.
Former TNA World Heavyweight Champion Mr Anderson revealed on Instagram that he is now a father after his wife gave birth to twins. His daughter is named Prescott Liberty Anderson, while his son is Pearce Remington Anderson.
A big triple threat match featuring Matt Hardy, Shane Helms and Mr Anderson, all of whom are former WWE stars, has been booked for an independent wrestling show in Wisconsin this upcoming Saturday night.
TNA produced a highly entertaining funeral segment for Aces and Eights, who were forced to split up after Bully Ray was defeated by Mr Anderson at Turning Point.
To further sell the story line, Bully Ray posted on Twitter that his backstage heat with Mr Anderson goes back to their time in WWE.