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Anthem Sports and Billy Corgan Officially Announce Settlement

Anthem Sports has announced the following, stating that they have agreed to terms on a settlement with Billy Corgan to resolve his litigation against Impact Ventures:

Anthem Sports & Entertainment and William Corgan Announce Settlement

Toronto, Canada (November 28, 2016) – Anthem Sports & Entertainment Corp. and William “Billy” Corgan today announced that they have completed an agreement to resolve Mr. Corgan’s litigation against Impact Ventures, parent company of TNA Impact Wrestling. Anthem has acquired Mr. Corgan’s loan to Impact Ventures on undisclosed terms, and Mr. Corgan has dismissed his proceedings against Impact Ventures and TNA Impact Wrestling.

Anthem Sports & Entertainment Corp. is a global sports media company that operates Fight Network, Impact Wrestling’s exclusive broadcaster in Canada, as well as the exclusive worldwide digital streaming partner for all TNA programming. It is also an equity stakeholder of Impact Ventures.

Anthem Executive Vice President Ed Nordholm stated: “We are pleased to conclude these arrangements with Mr. Corgan. The events leading to litigation were unfortunate but also reflected all parties’ desire in good faith to support the company. The arrangements we have made with Mr. Corgan respect all parties’ gratitude for his contributions to Impact Wrestling, both creatively and financially. We can now close this chapter and look forward to making Impact Wrestling a leader in the professional wrestling world.”

“I’m pleased that an agreement is now in place that allows wrestling operations to continue,” said Corgan, Impact’s former president, “for my interest from the start was to provide support, be it material or creative, to such a great roster and crew. And as I plan on continuing in the business side of pro wrestling, I look forward to seeing where Anthem’s leadership takes the company in 2017, and wish them the best.”

  • CC

    Billy got suckered, and the way it played out just tarnishes TNAs image even more (if that’s at all possible).

  • Arnold Jackson

    Yeah I pretty much lost any faith that TNA can be successful as long as Dixie Carter is there. I thought Billy could help and things were at least more interesting with him there but like most things in TNA it couldn’t last very long.