Look before anyone starts saying all I am doing is bashing TNA, all I have to say to you is don't read the post if you don't like the title. I will never force anyone to click on any of my posts, because it's your decision to so not mine. Thanks!
As of now it is likely well known by fans that TNA had planned to tour China later this month, but at the last minute, literally like a few weeks before the tour was set to begin it was cancelled, because the potential tour promoter didn't make good on the financial end of the deal. Right now it seems talent's morale has once again hit rock bottom, because nothing seems to be going right for TNA when it comes to growing the company.
Currently talent are said to be extremely frustrated with the fact that the tour was canceled and they had only found out about the cancelation early last week which doesn't leave them much time to find replacement days for when they would have been working the tour. Some talents at this point are seemingly looking to jump ship for other companies, but are not having much success because Lucha Underground is in between seasons, WWE isn't interested in TNA for the most part and AAA isn't currently looking for more foreign talent for their roster. With this in mind the only possible place jump ship to would be GFW and ROH which I am not sure if either company is currently looking for talent or not. But this could be why TNA management has banned any TNA contracted talent from working for GFW in any form or fashion.
Rumor has it talent didn't even find out about the date Slammiversary would be held on from the company and that most talent found out about the date from online. This part of the story I am unsure to be true which is why I started it with rumor.
Late last year when I found out about TNA moving to Destination America I thought that the move was just putting a band aid on a long term issue. Now less then six months into the contract problems don't seem to want to stop for TNA and things seem to be getting worse. Though a lot of different companies have gotten TV contracts over the last few months that doesn't mean TNA going under still wouldn't have an effect on the business. I still think it would hurt the business just maybe not as much as it would have previously.