Dixie Carter wants TNA British Boot Camp 3
Dixie Carter has revealed she hopes to make a third series of wrestling reality TV show 'TNA British Boot Camp'
Dixie Carter wants to make a third series of 'TNA British Boot Camp'.
The president of the grappling company has been so thrilled with the response to the second series of the wrestling reality show - which has seen UK performers compete for a contract to work for the American promotion - she wants to bring it back again.
Speaking about her surprise at some of the wrestlers who didn't make the cut, Dixie said: "I made the decision this year to let the judges make the call, and so I supported them 100 percent I think that there's a few that didn't make it through who were very good, and I won't name names, but I hope there will be a season three and I'm very hopeful that they'll work hard and return next year because I definitely see some difference and talent that could have just as easily have deserved to be there."
Dixie and TNA will complete their search for the next British wrestling star this Sunday night (07.12.14) as 'British Boot Camp' concludes at 9pm on Challenge TV.
The competition is down to the final three and either Rampage Brown, Mark Andrews or female grappler Kay Lee Ray will land the prestigious contract.
Dixie insists the British fans are some of TNA's most loyal followers and she can't wait to repay them for their support when they tour the UK for TV tapings in Glasgow, Manchester and London in January 2015.
All six finalists - Rampage, Andrews, Kay Lee, Noam Dar, Dave Mastiff and Grado - will compete on the tour (www.gigsandtours.com) as well as a host of TNA Superstars, including Kurt Angle, Jeff Hardy and Rockstar Spud.
She told BANG Showbiz: "From very early on, the UK has given us so much support and it's why we focus so much of our efforts Britain. I try very hard to pay it back to the fans. All six of the wrestlers from the show are going to be on the tour in January, that's their first commitment to us, and the winner is going to be highlighted."