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
When Seiya Sanada was written off of Impact Wrestling, the belief was that he would be done with the TNA. That has now been confirmed. However, the speculation that he was returning to Japan to work for Wrestle-1 again, that has been proven false. While that might still be in the plans later on in the future, Sanada is currently accepting booking from independent wrestling promoters across North America. He wants to stick around for a little bit.
April 17, 2015
TNA really wants Bram to do well, and it looks like the company is going to provide him with a bit of assistance. There are talk that management is considering the idea of putting him with James Storm and the Revolution stable, which currently consists of Abyss, Seiya Sanada, Manik and Mahabali Shera. Doing that would enable the 28 year old to not have to speak too often, and it would give him a major story to work with.
March 14, 2015