Though the road has been very bumpy thus far in Jarrett's second run in charge of TNA one thing he has been trying to do right is gain exposure for the company he founded and hit the reset button in a way. According to a report from Pro-Wrestling Sheet Jeff has met with an executive from Spike TV about possibly getting TNA back on their former home. Apparently, Spike's Vice President Scott Fishman was a recent set of Impact tapings and met with Jeff on this subject. If this could get done then it would be a big step in the right direction for TNA after years of missteps and mistakes.
Fishman was an executive producer for Bellator on Spike, and held the same position on the Kimbo Slice: One of a Kind documentary. There is no word now about the talks went between these two or what this would mean for Impact on POP, but Impact is returning to Spike in the UK this April so that could be a sign of things to come for the company.
It's things like this that company should be focusing on rather than petty things like they are, because it's like this that will help stabilize the company and improve the imagine of it that some believe is damaged beyond repair. Now I am saying one way or the other TNA is going back to Spike anytime soon as this will likely be a story we need to keep our eyes on and for right now they seem to be doing fine on POP. At this point not much is known about this, but what we do know is that it seems plausible they could be coming back in the future.
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