As we reported earlier, things have gone south with TNA and Billy Corgan.
According to the Wrestling Observer, Billy Corgan and Aroluxe were both involved in trying to purchase the company, but that another party isn't involved as they don't see value. WWE has also reportedly lost interest in the company.
The set of tapings after Bound For Glory saw Billy Corgan making the calls. Fightful.com was told that many of the talents expected this to be the last set of tapings TNA would ever do. The friction backstage between Dixie Carter, Aroluxe, John Gaburick and Corgan was noticeable. As we reported last week, there was a lot of frustration in regards to Dixie Carter and how she's been running things, as well as her backstage meeting, where she was said to be 'oblivious.'
TNA is in a giant financial hole, but have their television taped through January. They're set to gain some money from international TV deals then as well, which may keep them afloat. It was also said that either Corgan, Aroluxe or The Fight Network funded the tapings, not WWE.
John Gaburick also reportedly gained heat with some talents because he went to WWE trying to get a job if he was able to land them the video library.
Billy Corgan was granted a temporary restraining order, with a hearing for a temporary injunction scheduled for next Thursday.