Are Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff about to relive history? Is a national wrestling organization going to be pulled under once and for all because of their incompetence?
We may be inching closer to the end of TNA.
These are troubling signs that all is not well in Dixieland. The company may not only be in trouble, but it may have been injected with a lethal dose of poison that will pull it under.
For fans familiar with wrestling history, they've seen this play out before. WCW was the No. 2 wrestling company in the country for years (briefly No. 1). Near the end, ratings had dropped, but they were still nearly three times that of TNA's. The plug was then pulled.
Suddenly, there was one company left standing.
Despite all Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff did for WCW, they also had a hand in putting it out of business. They played politics, brought in their cronies, dished out big money contracts and didn't know what talent to push when times got tough.
Here are five ways that we may be seeing history repeat itself, and why Hogan and Bischoff may end up putting another wrestling company out of business.