Earlier in the year, there were rumors that Eric Bischoff was going to sign with GFW and help out on the production side of things. However, since he has legal issues with TNA, Jeff Jarrett may be reluctant to go down that route at this point in time because he has a business relationship with Dixie Carter currently. Things may change down the line, however.
July 29, 2015
While rumors are still floating around that TNA could be dropped by Destination America, Dixie Carter does not appear to be panicking, as the company will still be able to survive financially. Impact Wrestling is aired in a lot of different countries, and it reportedly generates a sizable source of revenue. The company will simply look for another domestic network in that scenario.
July 16, 2015
Rumors are running rampant right now through social media that there could be a possible TNA and GFW merger. A lot of them comes from cryptic comments that are being made by both Jeff Jarrett and Dixie Carter. There are also rumors saying that the episode of Impact Wrestling taking place tonight is supposed to be historic.
June 24, 2015
When rumors spread that TNA was on the verge of having all their programs being canceled by Destination America, everyone knew that the internet wrestling community would be talking about it for days and weeks. Word has now come out of the company that the network has promised to use all of the channels in under the Discovery umbrella to promote the show being moved from Friday to Wednesday, which is a show of support for Dixie Carter.
May 23, 2015
In response to all the rumors that are floating around right now about Impact Wrestling being canceled, TNA has issued an official statement on the matter. The company is threatening to sue those that are facilitating the speculation. Fans are still waiting for public denial from Dixie Carter, but the belief is that the company would not be threatening legal action if they were actually informed of a cancellation from Destination America.
May 21, 2015
There are rumors floating around that Destination America has decided to cancel all TNA programming on their network. The speculation has spread rather rapidly because there are those within the internet wrestling community who are rooting for it to be true. Thus far, no confirmation has been made by either side. Dixie Carter went into the deal thinking that she had a two year window of opportunity to present the case for her product and performers.
May 21, 2015
As is usually the case, there are a lot of rumors swirling around about Impact Wrestling. The latest one involves Destination America losing interest in the product, even though the network has never made any statement suggesting such a thing. There are talks that Dixie Carter agreed to an out clause in September, which means that the network would be able to cancel the weekly show and TNA would be without a home once again.
May 16, 2015
With rumors swirling around that Destination America was losing interest in TNA, it turns out that the executives at the network are actually trying to help them out. News surfaced today that Impact Wrestling will be moving to Wednesday nights on a permanent basis. That is good news for Dixie Carter and company because it is really difficult to draw in viewers on Friday night, where a lot of people are going out to celebrate the start of the weekend.
May 15, 2015
When it was announced that Seiya Sanada was leaving the promotion, rumors spread that the relationship between TNA and Wrestle 1 had gone downhill. Apparently, that is the case, as the two companies are no longer doing business together. It is being said that the Great Muta has more of a relationship with Jeff Jarrett than Dixie Carter, whom he does respect. This is the reason why Sanada is now a member of the GFW roster.
May 9, 2015
There are rumors floating around that the partnership between TNA and Wrestle 1 has come to an end. Much of the speculation stems from the fact that Seiya Sanada was released from his contract before it was set to expire in July. Interesting enough, Sanada has opted to remain in the United States instead of going back to work in Japan. Nothing has been confirmed from either the Great Muta or Dixie Carter at this point in time.
April 23, 2015