Impact Wrestling has been through a lot as a company and that is a huge understatement. They were once owned by Panda Energy where Dixie Carter ran the operation. With had all the money they needed to put forth a pro wrestling product TNA was a strange yet reliable operation.
At different points in Impact Wrestling’s existence, they played host to some of the best pro wrestlers from the modern era. This is one of the biggest reasons why WWE would love to buy their library because of all the footage featuring AJ Styles, Samoa Joe, Bobby Roode, and The Hardy Boyz. Not to mention TNA was the company providing the world with the last ten years of wrestling from Kurt Angle’s career.
Bully Ray was one of the many amazing performers who once called TNA his home. He has since moved on but the Impact Wrestling roster is still full of great talent. However, the company might be in trouble.
Anthem Sports seems to be cutting costs wherever they can and the company is striving hard to make a profit but it doesn’t look like that will happen anytime soon.
Bully Ray has sent words of encouragement to the Impact Wrestling locker room in the past and he recently sent out more of the same to the boys in TNA. Even though he’s retired, Bully seems to be calling ROH his home now. But he will always have an affinity for the guys he left behind in TNA.
To the TNA locker room:
Once again…Hold your heads high and keep performing your asses off. IT HAS NEVER BEEN YOUR FAULT.
— Bubba Ray Dudley (@bullyray5150) October 23, 2017
Catch up on some of the latest WWE news stories below:
- WWE already planning for an AJ Styles vs. Finn Balor rematch?
- Impact Wrestling terminates their business relationship with Jeff Jarrett
- William Regal has a message for all wrestlers following the excellent AJ Styles vs. Finn Balor match at WWE TLC
- Daniel Bryan reacts to Kurt Angle’s return to the ring at WWE TLC
- WWE has big plans for Finn Balor