TNA’s Future With Spike TV, Update On Chris Sabin’s Departure & More

Posted by Brad Davis May 13, 2014 2 Comments

- Katie Ryjavec, who had been in charge of TNA’s live event marketing and media buys, recently gave notice that she’s leaving. She has been with the company since 2011.

– To update the story of Chris Sabin leaving TNA, he reportedly turned down an offer from TNA that is believed to be for considerably less money than he had previously been making.

– There continues to be a lot of concern in TNA about the company’s future with Spike TV. There are a lot of people that believe the upcoming Impact tapings from New York City will be “make or break” for the company. United Talent Agency, which represents TNA in their TV negotiations, will be shopping Impact Wrestling around to other networks before deciding on staying with Spike TV – if that’s even an option at this point.

(Source: PWInsider)

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    • CRYmeAriver

      Spike TV is TNA only hope. No other network will host their show because TNA hasn’t shown constant strong ratings and profitability. TNA fanboys always say the same thing “People have said that TNA was going out of business years ago and they’re still here”. TNA is slowly but surely dying and thats the truth. The storylines and all around product has went downhill drastically over the years. If TNA keeps doing as poorly as they’re doing now then its only a matter of time and in a couple more years it could be all gone.

    • I’ve Lost My Smile

      So the person responsible for their Marketing left when she obviously should have been fired. Saban gone too because of not wanting to be paid chicken scratch. Without Spike I see no one else giving them a TV deal.

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