TNA Chairman and Chief Strategy Officer Dixie Carter refused to comment online regarding all the rumors of an imminent sale of TNA, saying on Twitter that she doesn’t make it a habit to reply to speculations.
Carter holds all the power in the sale as a majority shareholder, with Billy Corgan and production company Aroluxe serving as minority owners. Carter has been dealing with both WWE and Corgan for the sale according to several industry insiders and there are two different outcomes with both parties should she choose to sell.
If Billy Corgan gets TNA, then business resumes as normal although he already said that he would be changing the name. Corgan made several cash injections in TNA and clearly stated he won’t put in more money unless he’s given total control. If WWE gets it, the tape library will be the most important, along with a few contracts of TNA talent. The company would immediately cease to exist once WWE takes over, similar to what happened to WCW.
Carter also told fans that if they’re close to the Orlando area, they shouldn’t miss these upcoming television tapings that will run from Sunday’s PPV to the following Saturday.