Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter- There's no word yet on what this means for TNA's future with Spike TV but Spike president Kevin Kay was introducing himself to several of the wrestlers while he was backstage at the August 7th tapings in New York City. Kay is the one at Spike who made the call not to renew TNA's current deal.
- We noted a few months back that several members of TNA's production crew were behind on pay and threatened to walk out in the middle of a set of tapings before they were paid. Word now is that at least several members of the production crew are again way behind in getting paid.
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