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Impact Moves To Wednesday

[dropcaps style=’2′]President of TNA Dixie Carter has issued the first public statement from the company since the rumours of the Spike TV channel dropping the promotion.[/dropcaps]
She says “Impact Wrestling will remain a vital part of Spike TV’s programming on Wednesday nights”, we at FNX believe this will seperate the company from competition with WWE and Monday Night Football. Last week’s new timeslot on Wednesday began at 9pm (American EST) and is believed to remain this way for the duration of the new deal which as Dixie has said will last “through the end of the year”.
She did touch on the future of TNA which is simply left as “Negotiations remain ongoing beyond this time frame.” this suggests that Spike TV still have an interest in TNA but may demand hierarchy reform or lower rights costs.

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6 Comments on this post.
  • beatsandmonster
    25 August 2014 at 3:48 PM

    Not a bad idea but it is all uphill from here.

    • daniel
      25 August 2014 at 3:59 PM

      It’s a terrible idea… SpikeTV is just moving it around till they drop them.

      • daniel
        25 August 2014 at 4:02 PM

        Moved shows always get lower ratings at first so soon enough SpikeTV will justify dropping TNA with that

      • fintwood
        25 August 2014 at 4:09 PM

        Even if they stayed the same, the damage caused by TNA management has been done.

    • Kane Oosty
      25 August 2014 at 4:32 PM

      Hopefully they can make something worthwhile with the new opportunity as it would be a shame for the company to go under before really flourishing.

  • ciuchland
    2 September 2014 at 1:58 AM

    I feel real bad for TNA… especailly with Bubba gone now. Morale killed.

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