TNA Genesis: Are The American Wolves set to debut?

President of TNA Wrestling, Dixie Carter, has revealed a hint as to new talents set to debut tonight at Genesis.

The tweet, seen above, simply shows the initials “DR” and “EE”.

“DR” are the initials of Davey Richards, one half of independent tag team The American Wolves. The initials “EE” belong to his tag team partner Eddie Edwards.

All signs point to The American Wolves debuting on TNA Genesis tonight after the WWE reportedly turned them down following a trial match on NXT.

Of course, this situation is nothing new. Desmond Wolfe (a.k.a Nigel McGuinness) debuted in TNA shortly after being refused a WWE contract back in 2009.

I will be very happy to see The American Wolves in TNA as they are a stellar tag team who deserve a big spotlight. Obviously, their trial in WWE did not go to plan but TNA made WWE look silly when they ran a feud between Desmond Wolfe and Kurt Angle right off the bat which took TNA by storm with excellent wrestling matches for a number of weeks. I wonder if TNA have anything similar planned for Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards.

WrestleTalk TV debuting tonight; features Chris Jericho.

Wrestling chat show WrestleTalk TV is debuting tonight in the UK on Challenge at 11pm; straight after TNA’s Impact Wrestling broadcast.

WrestleTalk TV is hosted by Joel Ross and the Daily Star’s Patrick Lennon and features the latest wrestling news, previews and feature interviews with some of wrestling’s biggest stars.

Joel Ross told me that ‘WrestleTalk TV started out as a bit of a laugh online after doing an audio version of the show since 2004 on iTunes’. The first episode of WrestleTalk TV debuted on YouTube 11 months ago and currently (as of 26/08/12) has garnered 5,571 views.

Check out Episode 1 of WrestleTalk TV below:

Y2J himself Chris Jericho is the guest on the Challenge debut episode, while former guests include CM Punk’s buddy Colt Cabana, Hardcore Legend Mick Foley, Ring Of Honor legend Nigel McGuinness and current Impact Wrestling star Douglas Williams.

Ross said: ‘we had some really decent feedback and pitched it to many European TV channels. The first channel to pick it up was Challenge in the UK as wrestling is their highest rated show.’

Speaking on the debut and the future for WrestleTalk TV, Ross told me ‘it goes out every other Sunday night and hopefully in a few months we can expand it to weekly. Also, we have plans to have special “live” shows before huge events. Myself and the company have the attitude of “let’s just see where it goes”.

‘Both WWE and TNA have been very supportive over the past few months and it’s exciting to integrate British wrestling into the show.’

As of 26/08/12, WrestleTalkTV has over 364,000 views on it’s YouTube page, which bodes well for the television debut.

Joel Ross is one half of the radio duet JK and Joel and Patrick Lennon is the Fightin’ Talk editor at The Daily Star.