– To clarify Chris Sabin’s TNA departure, he was offered a new deal but turned it down. He wasn’t outright released. The deal was believed to be for less money than he had been making.
– Katie Ryjavec, who been handling TNA’s live event marketing and media buys, recently gave notice and will be leaving the company. She has been with TNA since 2011.
– There continues to be concern within TNA about their future with Spike TV. There has been no new deal signed but the United Talent Agency is representing TNA in ongoing negotiations. Word is that UTA will be shopping TNA around to other networks instead of jumping right into a new agreement with Spike.
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