It's been known for years that TNA and the international company AAA have had a working agreement of some kind and this is dating back to the days of Jeff Jarrett being with the company as Jeff is a former AAA World Champion. Now I will say the relationship between the companies hasn't been the best over the years but they have remained at least some what amicable over the years with each other.
Recently it seems the relationship has hit another snag as it seems like relations between the two have soured as the original plan was to have TNA stars included in the AAA Triplemania event. However, as of now the plans seemed to have changed as no TNA stars are set to appear on the Triplemania event and seven matches have already been announced.
Now this could be nothing but just a case of plans changing, but we must not forget that TNA does have history of not playing well with others. For example, look at their past with Japanese wrestling companies as NJPW and Wrestle-1 have a history with TNA and neither relationship ended. Then again it seems TNA's loss is Ring of Honor's gain as ROH took over the working agreement with NJPW a few years after TNA lost the agreement. Is this another case of that or is just plans have changed, considering the fact that TNA seems to be in transition I think it would've helped the company if they were able to send talent to Mexico for AAA's biggest show of the year, but always next year.
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