Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer of TNA, Dixie Carter, is about to bring in a boatload of changes to the company. On Tuesday, Carter announced the addition of Anthem Sports and Entertainment's Eric Nordholm as a member of the board, during a conference call with all active TNA employees.
Furthermore, Carter confirmed that the board would be responsible for guiding the direction of the company.
Carter also added that TNA is interested in doing more live events, and strengthening ties with the Fight Network and broadcast partners in India. TNA is also looking at the possibility of starting a streaming service.
Carter also confirmed that head writer, David Lagana and Smashing Pumpkins', Billy Corgan are no longer a part of the company.
Speaking of writers, TNA will add more writers to their creative team and that the creative team will work in collaboration with John Gaburick, Matt Conway and Madison Rayne.
Just weeks before, TNA was engaged in a court battle with Billy Corgan, because Corgan complained that TNA hadn't paid back the loan he had given them. Everyone from TNA has constantly been creating excuses to avoid paying the money back to Corgan. TNA also lost their UK TV deal, after Challenge announced that they no longer will be the home of TNA.
Now if this company cannot sort out its corporate side, how are they going to focus properly on their creative end?