For quite some time now, fans in India were expected that TNA was going to be bringing Impact Wrestling over to their country for a tour in December. Unfortunately for them, they are going to have to wait a bit longer to see that happen. Dixie Carter has decided to postpone the tour. She cites logistical reasons, one of which being the safety of the performers.
November 26, 2015
Since the company has changed up their business model and is touring less frequently, the man in charge of those live events has decided to leave TNA. Mike Krewson is no longer the Director of Touring. Rumor has it that he has accepted a general manager job with Baylor University. Dixie Carter has chosen Bob Ryder as his replacement. Ryder is currently working with the talent relations department in TNA.
October 31, 2015
Some potentially good news for TNA fans that are hoping that Impact Wrestling stays on Destination America. The network recently made a change in general manager. The previous person who held the post was the one that made the decision to drop professional wrestling from their network. Dixie Carter may have a better chance with the new person in charge, who happens to be a woman as well.
October 29, 2015
To build up some further interest in the company, reports have surfaced that someone will be making a return to TNA soon. That person is expected to have a major role and impact. The belief right now is that the person will be involved in the big announcement regarding the future of the company and their status on television. Dixie Carter is said to have something big up her sleeves.
September 6, 2015
Since her partnership with the Great Muta and Wrestle 1 has ended, Dixie Carter wants to build upon another international business relationship. It is being said that a big part of the reason why TNA is sending Mr Anderson, Drew Galloway and Matt Hardy down to Mexico for the Lucha Libre World Cup is because the company wants to expand on their talent exchange program with AAA. They want to bring in several more Mexican stars to the US.
May 9, 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
When the announcement was made that Matt Hardy would be representing TNA on a three man team during the Lucha Libre World Cup, many began to wonder who else Dixie Carter would be sending down to Mexico. We now know that Drew Galloway and Mr Anderson are going to be joining him on the team. All three guys have name value from their stint in WWE, so that should please the management team in AAA quite a bit.
May 4, 2015
Reports have surfaced that several TNA stars have been complaining about the company being late on their pay checks. A source has now come out and stated that the reason for that is because management outsources the payment process to their parent corporation in Dallas. When the department was forced to be realigned, the payments were not sent out as scheduled. Dixie Carter is resolving the matter as we speak.
April 12, 2015
Over the last several weeks, John Gaburick and Dixie Carter have been going down their list and signing performers to new contracts. The latest person to close a deal is Rockstar Spud. He is now signed with TNA for at least another year. Spud is rather happy with the role that he has been given in the company. He was initially brought on board as comedy relief, but management kept their promise about turning him into an actual wrestler.
March 12, 2015