TNA declares Aug. 7 "Put Your Boss Through a Table Day"

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Few are fortunate to work for a great leader. For the millions of others suffering from “I have the worst boss syndrome,” gritting the teeth and biting the tongue provide only a temporary fix to the daily agony of taking orders from a superior far less smart. To offer a solution to this global pandemic of frustration, TNA IMPACT WRESTLING (Spike TV, Thursdays 9/8c) is declaring this Thursday, Aug. 7, “Put Your Boss Through A Table Day.” Why keep slamming your head against the table when you can put your boss through it instead?

Between now and this Thursday night’s broadcast of IMPACT WRESTLING (Spike TV, 9/8c) the aggravated and oppressed are encouraged to check the social media policy section in their employee handbook then go online to share why their boss (past or present) deserves be tossed through a table using [HASHTAG]#BossToss[/HASHTAG]. Be creative using video or photos, and be sure to tag @impactwrestling on twitter, and IMPACT WRESTLING on Facebook and Instagram when publishing a post.

IMPACT will select the best [HASHTAG]#BossToss[/HASHTAG] entries for a prominent impactwrestling.com feature, and one [HASHTAG]#BossToss[/HASHTAG] Grand Prize Winner will be awarded a $250 ShopTNA gift card and tickets to a future IMPACT WRESTLING event.

“Put Your Boss Through A Table Day” shares August 7 with other well-known celebrations like “Particularly Preposterous Packaging Day,” “Sea Serpent Day” and “India Pale Ale Day,” and is inspired by TNA Superstar and Hall of Fame inductee Bully Ray, who for months has endured constant harassment and provocation from his boss, TNA President Dixie Carter. Bully has guaranteed on IMPACT WRESTLING this Thursday, Aug. 7, (watch a preview) he will slam Dixie through a table, with [HASHTAG]#ItHappens[/HASHTAG] already trending on twitter.

"I know what it’s like to have a boss you don’t respect; to have a boss you want to toss because you know you can do a better job,” said Bully. “This Thursday on IMPACT I will keep my promise of putting Dixie through a table and you will not want to miss the moment [HASHTAG]#ItHappens[/HASHTAG].”
 

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This whole angle is pretty stupid... I don't even know how to react to this tbh, I guess it's cool that they encourage a bit of violence to put your boss through a table, and if they're dumb like kayfabe Dixie is, they won't fire you.

(But seriously, why did Dixie not just fire Bully after getting EC3 to put him through a table? She has power despite MVP/Angle being the guys in charge of booking the shows.)
 

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This whole angle is pretty stupid... I don't even know how to react to this tbh, I guess it's cool that they encourage a bit of violence to put your boss through a table, and if they're dumb like kayfabe Dixie is, they won't fire you.

(But seriously, why did Dixie not just fire Bully after getting EC3 to put him through a table? She has power despite MVP/Angle being the guys in charge of booking the shows.)
Well, that could be argued for every single angle involving an authority figure in history. :dawg:
 
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Well, that could be argued for every single angle involving an authority figure in history. :dawg:
At least with the A&8s, Hogan (who I believe was still the authority figure at the time) wanted to beat down the A&8s so much that firing them wouldn't feel like the easy way out after they betrayed him and his daughter. :P
 

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I like how TNA is condoning work related violence. Good thing they're not as big as the WWE otherwise there would be quite the liability concern.
 

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I like how TNA is condoning work related violence. Good thing they're not as big as the WWE otherwise there would be quite the liability concern.
Yep. Wrestling is supposed to be violent. Sorry if some are butthurt about it.
We can limit high spots, but let's not pretend wrestling should be running circles around each other and giving high fives.... Like the Uso's. Grooooss
They spoiled it on last week's show
I wasn't paying attention because Dixie must have been on screen.
 

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