Final 2/27 Impact Wrestling Rating Sees a Drop, TNA Making More Budget Cuts, Asking Talents to Take Less Pay

Nick Paglino


impact wrestling ratingFinal 2/27 Impact Wrestling Rating Sees a Drop

Last night's edition of Impact Wrestling drew a 0.94 rating, which is down slightly from the 0.95 rating the show drew last week.

TNA Making More Budget Cuts

It's being reported once again that TNA is continuing to make budget cuts, and talents are being asked to take less pay when they sign deals, and those who have time left on their contracts are being asked to restructure their deals and take a pay cut.

A source in TNA noted former head of talent relations Bruce Prichard has approached several wrestlers and asked them to restructure their deals for less, and in some cases as much as half the pay they are currently getting. A veteran wrestler joked, "before you know it, they'll be charging wrestlers to perform."

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