Re: Why does everyone Assume TNA is going out of business?
Slipping ratings that were not great to begin with, poor attendance at live events, poor merchandise sales, no advertising deals and of course a declining product.
Now I for one do not think they are going out of business but I can see why some would and I can see if TNA does not fix things it is possible in a few years they could be done. As far as Bob's Billions they only matter if he is willing to spend them to run TNA. You do make good points about their revenu outside of the US. And as bad as their ratings are they do do about 1/4 of Raw and 1/2 of Smackdown. Not to shabby for a little "indy" promotion with a tv deal when compared to THE name in pro wrestling.
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