It's a bit ironic that TNA's latest free pay-per-view was titled No Surrender, as it seems that's what the company is about to do.
It won't go out of business entirely (yet), but it looks like the days of being on the road are over.
In an interview with Pro Wrestling Torch, Dixie Carter revealed that going on the road was going to cost around $600,000 to $700,000 every time out. That's a colossal amount of money for a company of that size.
As many had predicted, taking TNA on the road has not worked out. The group may soon retreat to a sole location with a scaled-down roster.
It's actually pretty sad to think about considering how much hype the company was receiving when Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff first came in.
It's not like TNA is without fault, though. There are so many things that are wrong with the current product that a retreat was all but inevitable.
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