The news of TNA being in financial trouble and the company being on the verge to be sold have been heard every now and then ever since it came into existence back in 2002.
Although this time, the rumors have been very different and believable as many people involved with the company including the minority owner Billy Corgan have publicly spoken up about the uncertain future of the Pro wrestling Company.
However, while at one hand, the rumor train is still running rampant about TNA's future and all kind of talks are being heard regarding the possible sale of the company, on the other hand, the TNA president Dixie Carter seems to be very relaxed about the situation.
In her recent tweets as seen below, the TNA president trolled all the people spreading rumors about the company and said that TNA has rescheduled their tapings due to Hurricane Matthews:
After Dixie, TNA official Bob Ryder also took a shot at the latest rumors of WWE buying TNA’ tape library and said that these rumors coming from ‘reliable sources’ are not true:
It's notable here that the rumors about TNA started after several sites reported that the company has canceled some flights of their talents and they might also have to cancel their Bound For Glory PPV due to being cash-strapped.
These talks quickly paced up and many sites claimed giving references to their 'inside sources' that the company was in the process of being sold and officials were talking to multiple parties including Bily Corgan and WWE regarding a possible ownership change.
These speculations However didn't prove to be true and TNA successfully culminated Bound For Glory PPV this past Sunday. After the PPV, it was reported that TNA had somehow arranged last minute funding for their event but the source of it was not disclosed.
Rumors are still circulating around on who could have possibly funded TNA’s biggest PPV as it was claimed that the money did not come from either Billy Corgan or WWE itself.