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It seems like the never ending record that just keeps playing as since last year TNA's roster has been shrinking and shrinking little by little. After losing AJ Styles, Sting, Hulk Hogan, The Addiction, and others last year this year has been just as unkind to the company who's future could be soon in doubt. Another top star and big fish signing has walked away from the company as of a few days ago MVP seems to be finished with TNA. Which adds another main event talent that has walked away from the company.
It seems as though as a result of the Hernandez/TNA/Lucha conflict the company may have lost another big part of their roster. MVP signed with TNA last February as a new Authority figure for the company and was suppose to remain with the company until February of next year. However, after highly pushing TNA to sign Hernandez it seems MVP might be looked at as somewhat of a scapegoat by the company for the conflict that arose with Hernandez and the company. Late last year he actually challenged Eric Young for the TNA World Title, but came up short. Recently his stable the BDC (Beat down Clan) had been feuding with The Rising until a few weeks ago when they had a loser must disband match. It was a few weeks before this match that Hernandez actually returned to the company, but now TNA must scrap all the footage with BDC they have taped due Hernandez & now MVP leaving the company.
Look I know there will be people out there who jump all over this as just a negative post about TNA and that I can't wait for TNA to go out of business. Which couldn't be further from the truth as I want to see TNA succeed, but they seem to be headed in the wrong direction. Losing TNA would hurt the wrestling business overall and it would be a bad time for the business to lose a company with both GFW & HOH in limbo TV wise right now based on fan knowledge. Which means just NJPW, WWE, and ROH would have a ton more pressure due to the lack of other companies for fans to watch. I don't want TNA to go out of business, but they are making it very hard for someone to not think it could unfortunately be in their future