|President of TNA, Dixie Carter|
Despite all of this, it has been reported that TNA is shopping their show to networks. At least, that's what they are telling the wrestlers. Who in the world would buy your show after being dropped by two networks? I'm pretty sure that's what the wrestlers are thinking about. Some of the people there are making their living wrestling in TNA. The Brass (it must always be capitalized) at TNA are telling the wrestlers they are making enough money overseas to stay afloat (back to the tea again I suppose). I would love to see them get TV again and get another chance to do it right, but they are just on their last leg.
The roster, which was never the problem with TNA, has quickly diminished. Samoa Joe, James Storm, Magnus, Low Ki, and Austin Aries (who is going back to Ring of Honor) all add to the list of now former TNA wrestlers. The locker room's morale is low, which is evident in its recent televised episodes, seeing guys going through the motions for their late pay check. It's honestly getting hard to watch, and that's something you never want to say about a wrestling show (Raw, go back to two hours please!!!!!)
|James Storm (top left corner), Low Ki (bottom left corner), Austin Aries (middle), Samoa Joe (right)|