TNA wrapped up their week-long Impact tapings yesterday at the Impact Zone in Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. The tapings were supposed to finish on Saturday however Hurricane Matthew disrupted some tapings and TNA had to add two tapings on Sunday to make up for the lost days.
The tapings, along with the Bound For Glory pay-per-view, were at the risk of not taking place due to lack of funds but a mystery third-party injected enough funds in the company to keep it afloat for another week. According to sources, neither Billy Corgan nor WWE financed the tapings. Both parties are in negotiations to take over TNA, with WWE interested in the video library and the name while Corgan is interested in taking over the rest and rebooting the company under a brand new name.
All these tapings held during the past week will take TNA television through the end of 2016 and there are no more tapings scheduled. New tapings will depend whether Dixie Carter, as majority owner, keeps the company around. If she sells TNA and splits it between WWE and Corgan, these will be the last tapings under the TNA name.