As the clock continues to tick for TNA and their seemingly eventual departure from Destination America at some point next month, you can't help, but wonder what the future holds for this company. This is the second time in less than a year that TNA has gotten the boot from a TV station (first of course being Spike). Look I still think that with a relaunch TNA could have a chance to be saved, but they need to admit their mistakes and repackage the brand complete overhaul. Doing this would leave no trace of the past and give them a fresh start on the other hand it might be too late for that and might just be better try a different approach, whatever that is?
Currently no official announcement has been made by Destination America officials to disclose a date for TNA's last show so for the most part everyone is in the dark. In all honesty, if Destination America is planning on using the out clause they have in their contract with TNA next year then they need to let them know if they are being removed next month or not and when the last show is as a favor to the talent. Right now Destination America are being unprofessional and are in the wrong for not filling TNA management in on their future with the network. I hope things change fast!
This is somewhat of a tough situation because I don’t want to say that TNA will definitely go out of business and won’t make it till 2016. I am in No way saying that and that’s not what this post is about in any way, shape or form. This post is supposed to talk about the status of TNA’s TV contract, but there such a small amount of information known to the public that it makes it very hard to write about. I just hope the best for TNA and wish they would stop gaining attention for the wrong reasons.
Best of Luck TNA!! Things are about to get Interesting for them and not in a good way