After TNA Lockdown 2014, Seiya Sanada is sticking around and working a couple of episodes of Impact Wrestling. The belief is that Dixie Carter and company will be giving him a nice push, as management wants to maintain a good business relationship with the Great Muta and Wrestle-1. They also want to entice other Japanese stars to come tour with them.
As part of their business agreement, the Great Muta and Seiya Senada will be flying to the Miami in March, and the two Japanese stars from Wrestle-1 will be heavily involved in the TNA Lockdown pay per view event, signing autographs and actually wrestling on the show.
When Jeff Jarrett left the promotion a couple of weeks ago, the belief was that the working relationship with the Great Muta was in jeopardy, as it was Jarrett who spearheaded the negotiations. However, it now appears that TNA has rectified that situation and the two sides are going forward in business.
With Jeff Jarrett leaving the company and starting his own venture soon, it appears that the deal he brokered between the Great Muta and TNA is off the table, as no further developments have taken place. There is a chance that the deal could be renewed when Jarrett starts his own promotion.