Former TNA Knockout Tara, who was known in WWE as Victoria, celebrated her 43rd birthday this week. She is now a restaurant owner in Chicago and throws quite a bit of events there for wrestling fans.
Rob Terry has benefited from the working relationship between TNA and Wrestle-1. He recently finished up a tour o Japan, where he worked a couple of matches for the new promotion. He also helped the Great Muta and Kaz Hayashi judge new talents trying out for the company.
"I am ecstatic to hear the news about the WWE Network for many reasons. People don't come to The Squared Circle because they can't get WWE programming in their home. They come to The Squared Circle to share the experience with fellow wrestling fans. It's the reason a University of Michigan fan, for example, goes to a U of M bar to watch a U of M football game."
With a million dollar body, many within the wrestling industry believe that Rob Terry can eventually become a star, but he needs more experience first. Terry is wisely taking that advice by working plenty of matches for OVW, the indies and even Japan.
WWE held a live event in Chicago last night, so Tara, formerly known as Victoria, decided to attend the show and visit with friends and former coworkers backstage. There has been no talks about the veteran diva being brought back into the company.
WWE star Bray Wyatt broke character on Twitter to respond to a question from Tara about one of his tattoos.
Through Twitter, Tara revealed that Kevin Nash is in Chicago this weekend and will be joining her at the restaurant tonight after his show.
Former WWE and TNA star Tara is involved with a proposed soap opera called Tainted Dreams. She is playing a character named Carla Santiago, a parole officer.
Al Snow posted a picture of himself and former TNA knockout Tara on Twitter.
Rob Terry will also be wrestling at the Wrestle-1 show, where AJ Styles will defend the TNA title, in Japan in a few days.