​Backstage Report – TNA’s Future On Destination America Still In Jeopardy


Regarding Dixie Carter telling Sports Illustrated earlier this week that iMPACT! Wrestling will continue airing on Destination America through the end of 2015, that would indicate some sort of an agreement was made between the two sides.

According to sources, however, the original TNA/Discovery deal was said to be for 39 iMPACT! Wrestling episodes, which would wrap them up on October 7th. It appears now that TNA and Discovery have signed some type of an extension that will carry them through February of 2016. What happens at that point remains to be seen but you can bet Destination America is hoping for higher ratings. If that doesn’t happen, we’re back where we were before. There are multiple people who feel that Destination America is simply giving TNA Wrestling additional time to find another new home, similar to what SpikeTV did last year.

Additionally, a source noted that another TNA departure was expected to be revealed this weekend. It appears that it may be Kenny King, as he returned to Ring Of Honor at last night’s pay-per-view to reform The All Night Xpress with Rhett Titus.

King posted the following after last night’s pay-per-view:

King also posted the following on Twitter, commenting on his return to ROH…

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