For those of you that are wondering, Hernandez is still with TNA. The company still has him listed on their official roster page on the website, and he is still telling people that he is a part of the promotion. However, there has been no confirmed date on his return to Impact Wrestling. He has been doing shows down in Texas lately.
In addition to his duties as a business man working on launching a new wrestling promotion, Jeff Jarrett is still working as an in ring performer. The TNA founder is heading down to Mexico this upcoming weekend to work a huge tag team main event match for AAA. Karen Jarrett is involved in the show as well.
Rob Terry has benefited from the working relationship between TNA and Wrestle-1. He recently finished up a tour o Japan, where he worked a couple of matches for the new promotion. He also helped the Great Muta and Kaz Hayashi judge new talents trying out for the company.
Another name that could be joining Jeff Jarrett and his rumored new wrestling promotion is Joey Ryan. While his stint in TNA didn't result in a major push for the longtime independent wrestling star, he did manage to impress quite a few people in the industry.
With so many wrestling fans anxiously awaiting the announcement of his new wrestling promotion, Jeff Jarrett has decided to tease people by posting a video on Instagram. Thq quick video features some background music and the phrase "It's coming".
"If I was in complete control of TNA, I would do anything, if WWE right now was going left; I would go right. And if they started going right; I would go left. So that's what I would do. I would try to be the complete opposite of WWE. That's just my opinion. I don't have millions invested. I don't make tons and tons of money as an upper management guy. I don't go in focus groups. I'm not part of that whole research team. I, this is just some blue-collared guy from Brooklyn that wrestled for a living that talks about wrestlers now giving you my opinion. Doesn't mean I'm right. I'm probably wrong. But that's just what I would do as a wrestling fan and a former wrestler; is try to be, look I think our show last night, it looked awesome."
- Taz discussing how he would run TNA if he was in charge backstage
Another interesting name that is being thrown around as a candidate to join Jeff Jarrett in his new wrestling promotion is Alex Shelley, who has been making a name for himself in New Japan over the last year. The two worked together in TNA, and Shelley might be enticed to return to work in the USA.
In another sign that the business relationship between Sin Cara and WWE is over, the masked performer has been signed by World Wrestling League, a promotion in Puerto Rico. He's still interested in returning to USA and working with WWE again, but the feeling is not mutual.
In a move to add a little more prestige to their championship belts, Dixie Carter has agreed to put every single TNA title on the line when her performers head off to Japan in March to work with the legendary Great Muta and his Wrestle-1 promotion.
While he has yet to make an official announcement about his rumored new promotion or given details about it, Jeff Jarrett is no longer denying the fact that he is working on it. A recent article in Newsday revealed that he has informed them that he is making good progress.
Wrestle-1, the new promotion founded by the Great Muta, is about to get an influx of talent from TNA for an upcoming live event in March. Austin Aries, Abyss, Bobby Roode, Brutus Magnus, Christopher Daniels, Davey Richards, Eddie Edwards, Frankie Kazarian, Gail Kim, Madison Rayne and Samoa Joe have been confirmed for the trip.
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.
While he continues to make progress on starting his new promotion, word going around is that Jeff Jarrett wants to wait until after Wrestlemania 30 to make the announcement. The TNA founder understands that everything will be overshadowed by WWE from now until the big event.
Former nWo stable mates Kevin Nash and Booker T have come to terms on a contract. Nash, who surprised wrestling fans by returning to WWE at Royal Rumble 2014, will be working a show for Booker on February 15, and there is a chance that he could be working more dates for the promotion.
A lot of names are being thrown around as potential candidates to join Jeff Jarrett in the new wrestling promotion that he is currently working on. Rob Conway has become an interesting candidate, as he can also do other things backstage to help the company grow.