– In their new interview with Pocket-lint.com, Kurt Angle and Jeremy Borash both commented on a potential TNA Network like the one WWE is launching in less than a month.
Angle: “Are we going to see a TNA network soon? No. But we have a lot of room for growth and we have a lot of ability with our roster. We’ve taken chances, we’ve made mistakes, and we’re still here. That shows that we’re here for the long haul.”
Borash: “We have always been a company that has evolved and advanced with baby steps, and not to do what our competition is doing for the sake of it. We do what is best for TNA Wrestling first and foremost, and if that means a streaming subscription service is something that our fan base demands, we will follow suit accordingly.”
– DirecTV will not be carrying TNA’s One Night Only: Old School pay-per-view that debuts February 7th.
– For what it’s worth, the belief among a lot of TNA talents is that we have seen the last of Sting in the company.
Partial source: PWInsider
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