TNA’s New Timeslot, Team 3-D Leaving TNA?, More

Ryan Clark contacted Spike TV via e-mail and by phone and their current status with TNA was not disclosed. They did however state that a lot of focus would be going towards shows such as Kill Point and Murder as well as expanding the UFC programming. Unlike TNA, these programs can air reruns and best of’s and still draw decent ratings. The same reporter asked why TNA was not prominently featured in their September scheduled line up and they had no comment. Spike was then asked if they could confirm a deal has been made to have TNA remain on the fall lineup and they responded by stating that there should be no reason why they wouldn’t but sometimes things change. Spike wouldn’t answer any other questions after that.

Many wrestlers started to panic thinking that TNA was moving away from the X Division and paying full attention to the heavyweights much similar to the way WWE does. TNA’s official stance is that it’s not going to happen and that the X-Division still has a big place in TNA. TNA has once again told the wrestlers that the X Division will get their time in the spotlight again soon as TNA is still banking that they will get their two hour time slot from Spike or another station if need be.

It is believed strongly by many that Team 3D will not be resigning with TNA. Brother Devon has made it publicly known that he would like to and is likely to return to WWE with or without Brother Ray. Their contracts are set to expire come September.

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