|  News |  Columns |  TV Reports |  Video Reviews |  Title History |  Hall of Fame |  News Report |  The Dunn List |
// The Top 5 Positives From DC's New 52
// More of Rihanna Showing Off Her Bikini Body On Twitter
// Why Lesnar Needs to Win at Night of Champions
// 411ís UFC 177: Dillashaw vs. Soto Report 8.30.14
// Top 5 Football Games

//  CM Punk
//  John Cena
//  Triple H
//  Hulk Hogan
//  Randy Orton
//  Christian

411mania RSS Feeds

Follow 411mania on Twitter!

Add 411 On Facebook

 411mania » Wrestling » News

Christopher Daniels Reveals If Dixie Carter Has Changed Since Getting More Focus On TV
Posted by Joseph Lee on 05.14.2014

In an interview with More Like Radio, Christopher Daniels commented on if Dixie Carter has changed since she became a bigger focus on TV as a heel. Here are highlights:

On if Dixie Carter has changed since becoming a bigger focus of the TV show as a heel: "My opinion is that she's always been the same. I mean I feel like because she's taken on the responsibility of being a character on the show, she's a little more stressed out maybe cause there's a little more responsibility rather than just her going out there and sort of being herself like she's going out there and portraying a character. There's a lot of effort, a lot of stuff going around when she became this character and there's a lot of pressure for her to perform, so i think that effects you in certain ways. But she hasn't changed in a negative way in that respect. She's just got a lot of pressure on her now to perform and sort of hang with guys who have been doing this for a lot longer than her. It's a lot of pressure to put on yourself, to go in there and sort of get some story lines across with a lot of the big guys. I think she's got a good group of people working for her and she's working hard to get as much done for the company as she can."

On TNA using cheap finishes regularly in World title matches: "I don't think it's an idea where oh, well, here's a world title match, let's dilute it down with wacky finishes. I think whenever they use it the mentality is that there's a reason they're trying to get a specific response from the fan base at that point. They have their reasons for doing these things. Do they always translate to the viewers? Maybe not. But I mean like I said before they're making their decisions and they have a certain mindset, they have a certain goal that they're trying to reach and the message that they're trying to reach that goal with, whether they reach it or not is I guess up to the fan base. If the fan base is turning off the television when they see these things going on, I mean that's the message to send. But that's up to the fans at that point to say, well, we're not going to put up with this, we want to see something different. Let your voices be heard."


5 Positives From The New DC 52

The 20 Sexiest Women from Reality TV

The November Man Review

comments powered by Disqus

Copyright (c) 2011 411mania.com, LLC. All rights reserved.
Click here for our privacy policy. Please help us serve you better, fill out our survey.
Use of this site signifies your agreement to our terms of use.