TNA Is Moving Forward

adam smereckiCorrespondent IAugust 1, 2009

LAS VEGAS - DECEMBER 07:  Pro wrestler Kurt Angle arrives at Spike TV's 2007 'Video Game Awards' at the Mandalay Bay Events Center on December 7, 2007 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

TNA is finally getting it! For almost three years now, TNA fans have been screaming for a change in direction and it looks like TNA will grant their wish.

This week TNA fired two of their top creative people, Savio Vega and Dutch Mantel. Both of these gentlemen are said to be very close to Jeff Jarrett, which may have been their downfall.

With the recent developments within TNA including a report that Jeff Jarrett and Karen Angle (Kurt Angle’s ex-wife) are seeing each other, the landscape in TNA has been changing dramatically.

Jeff Jarrett decided to take himself off television indefinitely, which has prompted reports that Dixie Carter is thinking of buying Jarrett out of his share in the company. If Carter proceeds and ultimately buys out Jarrett,

anyone associated with Jarrett in the past may not have much power left within the company. These people would include Vince Russo who is the most prominent figure on TNA’s creative team.

Reports also have surfaced regarding Paul Heyman possibly joining the the creative team within TNA, but nothing has come to fruition.

It seems TNA has an idea of what they need to do to move forward. Signing some major talent like Ken Kennedy will definitely give the company another huge boost. 

The recent signings of Bobby Lashley, Taz, and the just confirmed Elijah Burke will work for this wrestling company.

It just depends on the creative team they assemble. As we all know if the creative direction has left something to be desired ratings will tank and so will the company.

TNA is moving forward. Let’s hope for the fans sake they stick to their guns.