When the report that Anthem Sports saved TNA from the brink of bankruptcy and most wrestling were starting to think that the future of TNA may not be brighter, but it would be stable. Stability is something that TNA has been lacking for most of it's existence and with a company was more money conscious things would change. Well I was right, things did change but they didn't change for the better as nearly 20% of their roster left within the span of a week. It is fair to say that the stability that I thought would come from Anthem's purchase isn't going to come anytime soon.
I went over my feelings on the lawsuit and I still feel the same way at this point about it, but I also do support the Hardy's 100% because they single handily made TNA a hot company. Even though Dixie may have made a number of dumb mistakes one mistake she didn't make was not listening to her talent and just letting them handle their business. Now some of these maybe a little much but remember these tweets came from Reby on the same day as when TNA served the Hardy's for the suit. There really isn't much to say especially speaking on every tweet she sent out as she had a lot to say. The only thing I can say is that Senor Benjamin wasn't an employee of TNA as he never accepted a pay check from the company.
It is fair to say that all of this could have been avoided and it would have helped both parties parting mutually instead of the way that they did end up parting ways. In my opinion, management in TNA need to focus on fixing the company rather than trying to fix the mistake of losing the Hardy's. You don't have to look very hard to see how successful the broken gimmick has been by seeing how many Twitter users have "Broken" in their names; does this mean that Anthem may sue the fans for using the gimmick.
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