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For almost the entire second half of last year we heard about seemingly never ending bad news that plagued Impact Wrestling. Near the end of the year it was reported that Dixie Carter had officially sold TNA Wrestling to Anthem Sports and Entertainment. Once the new company began to take over they brought back Jeff Jarrett to take care of the wrestling side of the company.
Double J was once the leader of the company before being sent home but in many ways he was also the one responsible for the original success of TNA in the first few years. Soon after Jeff would announce a name change for TNA to Impact Wrestling which is taking us back to the rebranding that was attempted a few years ago. But as I mentioned a few months ago the attempted rebranding wasn't really working and that they lost a good chance to stabilize the company.
Recently, it was announced that the company would be rebranding again this time as Global Force Wrestling. Once the champions of Global came to the company I think everyone knew that it would only be a matter before they shrunk the number of titles back to a smaller number. When TNA got repackaged I thought that they should've picked a name totally different from what they had to start fresh and new. I for one need to say that I hope that this "new start" for the company gives them the right place to stability.