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TNA evicted from their offices due to having no money

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The wrestlers should just quit or do a walkout and force Dixie to do what's best for business or relinquish control.

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The wrestlers should just quit or do a walkout and force Dixie to do what's best for business or relinquish control.

 

Yeah, you know...except the part where they have contracts, and if they walk out on their contracts they can face legal action. So...yeah, they probably shouldn't do that.

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If TNA were an animal, it would have been euthanized 50 times over by now.

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The wrestlers should just quit or do a walkout and force Dixie to do what's best for business or relinquish control.

Yeah, you know...except the part where they have contracts, and if they walk out on their contracts they can face legal action. So...yeah, they probably shouldn't do that.

 

If they can't afford rent for a building, they can't afford to bring lawsuits against the roster

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The wrestlers should just quit or do a walkout and force Dixie to do what's best for business or relinquish control.

Yeah, you know...except the part where they have contracts, and if they walk out on their contracts they can face legal action. So...yeah, they probably shouldn't do that.

 

If they can't afford rent for a building, they can't afford to bring lawsuits against the roster

 

 

That's not really how lawsuits work. I'm sure they could find a lawyer who would take the case pro bono...when it's something as straight-forward as skipping out on an inked contract. That's an easy pay day. That's a guaranteed win...money in pocket. There are tons of lawyers out there who don't ask for any money unless you win your case...which they most certainly would.

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The wrestlers should just quit or do a walkout and force Dixie to do what's best for business or relinquish control.

 

Yeah, you know...except the part where they have contracts, and if they walk out on their contracts they can face legal action. So...yeah, they probably shouldn't do that.

 

they could do that, but they'd be losing money there as well, and I"m sure many people higher up want to get rid of Dixie as well.

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Just waiting for the day when TNA starts a Go Fund Me page to pay their talent.

 

And the supporter benefits will be actual pieces of TNA history. Because they're that desperate.

 

"Pledge $10,000...get the x-division championship. This is not a replica, this is the actual championship belt - as seen on television. The champion will use a belt made out of cardboard instead. The cardboard belt will also feature a 'thank you' with your name...possibly written in sharpie, or perhaps a red crayon...depending on what's available to us."

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Just waiting for the day when TNA starts a Go Fund Me page to pay their talent.

 

And the supporter benefits will be actual pieces of TNA history. Because they're that desperate.

 

"Pledge $10,000...get the x-division championship. This is not a replica, this is the actual championship belt - as seen on television. The champion will use a belt made out of cardboard instead. The cardboard belt will also feature a 'thank you' with your name...possibly written in sharpie, or perhaps a red crayon...depending on what's available to us."

 

"...and then you can by that cardboard belt for $1,000"

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Just waiting for the day when TNA starts a Go Fund Me page to pay their talent.

 

And the supporter benefits will be actual pieces of TNA history. Because they're that desperate.

 

"Pledge $10,000...get the x-division championship. This is not a replica, this is the actual championship belt - as seen on television. The champion will use a belt made out of cardboard instead. The cardboard belt will also feature a 'thank you' with your name...possibly written in sharpie, or perhaps a red crayon...depending on what's available to us."

 

 

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Not too long before TNA as a whole is sucking dick for money behind an alley.

 

Hey.

 

We're not supposed to speak about "the arrangement".

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Dixie can always become a Madame and start having the knockout division slang ass in an effort to raise funds for TNA.

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The rumor mill said we were getting to make or break time for TNA, with Dixie Carter making a last stand but in need of capital to keep the company afloat.

 

Now, in a special "Breaking News" edition of Wrestling Observer Radio (subscription required but recommended), Dave Meltzer and Bryan Alvarez reveal who the main investors and frontrunners to buy a majority stake are.

 

Ron & Don Harris, twin brothers and retired wrestlers who've worked for ECW and several other companies as the Bruise Brothers and WWE as the Blu Brothers and Grimm Twins, currently are officers of Nashville-based Aroluxe. That marketing company likely fronted the money for both the last and next Impact tapings in Orlando, and it's believed they or a company they own are the third-party firm which took over production last year when TNA had issues paying their staff and crew.

 

The hold-up reportedly remains Dixie Carter's insistence in retaining a 51% share of the company. But without any backing from Panda Energy and little upfront money in their contract with POP TV, it's said debts are mounting and Carter will have to do whatever is necessary to secure more financing.

 

That includes selling control of the company to Aroluxe. More news, one way or the other, is expected in the next couple of days.

Stay tuned.

 

http://www.cagesideseats.com/tna-impact/2016/4/18/11453690/ron-don-harris-are-reportedly-tnas-investors-and-potential-buyers

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