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Dixie Carter interviewed for WWE 24: Kurt Angle, airing next week

On Monday after Raw, the WWE Network will air the WWE 24: Kurt Angle special that was filmed throughout several weeks when it was announced that Angle, now a Hall of Famer, is coming back to the company.

Perhaps one of the most surprising individuals who will be part of this WWE 24 special is Dixie Carter, the former TNA President who later sold the company to Anthem Sports & Entertainment. WWE cameras went to Dixie Carter’s house to film her portion of the interview and WWE.COM even posted a photo of Carter in front of the camera to push the premiere of the episode.

Dixie Carter gave Kurt Angle a job after he was released from his WWE contract back in 2006 but most importantly, helped saving his life after multiple bouts with alcohol and drug addiction by sending him to rehab. Throughout the years, Carter never spoke bad about Angle and vice versa and the two share a great amount of respect towards each other.

You can catch WWE 24: Kurt Angle on the WWE Network this coming Monday immediately following Monday Night Raw. You can subscribe to the WWE Network for free by going to http://w-o.it/wwentwrk.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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