TNA Talent Informed Of Two Hour Slot, Money Issues

Ryan Clark

TNA wrestlers Samoa Joe, Alex Shelley, Chris Sabin and Low Ki/Senshi have been pulled from the Ted Petty Invitational event because Ian Rotten owes TNA money.

Mike Siciliano sent this in: I picked up the Slammiversary 2007 DVD, and I believe they edited a match significantly. When Abyss chokeslammed Tomko on to the glass, the commentary shifts, and it appears that Tomko magically went from one side of the ring to the other. I didn’t see the live event, but this just screamed of a significant edit to the material, and it’s the first time I have seen TNA actually edit material off of a PPV DVD.

At this week’s TNA Impact tapings, talent was told by management that iMPACT! will be expanding to 2 hours very soon. This is great news, but the talent was not told if iMPACT! will be remaining on SpikeTV. In fact, the quote from TNA management is that “Things will change when we get our 2 hour show in October.” TNA has been negotiating with several other networks about a new home for iMPACT!, most notably the FOX Network, which owns several cable stations.

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