News coming out of TNA is that Andy Barton has left the company after serving as the vice president for years now. He has been the right hand man to Dixie Carter since before the two of them got into professional wrestling. It is being said that Barton is leaving to pursue other opportunities. This will cause some panicking among the internet wrestling community.
July 3, 2015
News broke out earier this week that James Storm and Brutus Magnus were both leaving TNA. Now, there is a bit confusion, as Dixie Carter has stated on social media that both guys will still be working with the company. This should add further fuel to the fire that there is some sort of invasion story line being planned with GFW.
June 29, 2015
When the news broke that ROH was picked up by Destination America, MVP was one of the first ones to respond via social media. He appeared to be rather upset about the situation and even posted information on how to book him, leaving fans to wonder if he was going to be walking away from TNA. The former United States Heavyweight Champion stated that he might have jumped to conclusion and reacted a little too quickly.
May 28, 2015
In a bit of news that is surely going to be blown out of proportion by the internet wrestling community, Christy Hemme has reportedly given her notice to TNA and will be leaving the company shortly. While many will speculate that this has something to do with the rumored financial situation that management has been trying to deal with, the reason for her departure is that she found a great job outside of wrestling and can avoid traveling.
May 26, 2015
The internet wrestling community reacted very negatively upon hearing the news that Samoa Joe was leaving TNA. Apparently, the same is true of the locker room. Reports have surfaced that the majority of people backstage are upset that the former world heavyweight champion is leaving the promotion. Joe was very well liked backstage by his peers, and some even viewed him as a locker room leader. His departure has affected morale a bit.
February 27, 2015