Spike TV Changing Channels On Dish Network, Austin Aries Interview (Audio)

– TNA Wrestling issued a following press release on Wednesday announcing that Dish Network is moving Spike TV (and Impact Wrestling) to channel 241:

“Currently, Spike TV can be seen on both DISH channels 168 and 241. However, DVR functionality on channel 168 is disabled, so we encourage all IMPACT WRESTLING fans to set their DVRs for channel 241 now. Spike TV will be on channel 241 full-time starting April 3.”

– Brandon Baxter interviewed TNA star Austin Aries this week. They talk about Impact Wrestling in Jonesboro, March 28, growing up a wrestling fan, who was his favorite wrestler, how did he end up in wrestling school, going from vegetarian to vegan, being a master debater and the TNA live experience:

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