On Thurdsday 2nd May, TNA Impact held a press conference from the Exhibition Centre in Glasgow.
In attendance was both Jeremy Borash and TNA President, Dixie Carter. The reason for the whistle stop tour to Scotland was to announce a first for wrestling in the country - a live taping for TNA on foreign soil that was going out "live" (well on a time delay of a few hours).
Not only this but the event was being held at the yet to be opened Glasgow Hydro venue, which made this a triple "first" - first live event from the Hydro, for TNA outside of the US and the first time the Hydro had held a wrestling event.
All in all, some big announcements for both TNA and the Scottish wrestling fans.
However, this was not the biggest news. for my money, that came out of the event.
Q&A with Dixie
As part of the announcement, the audience were invited to ask Dixie questions.