It’s looking like the second set of New York City shows at the Manhattan Center will take place in August. Their TV will come from New York. It will cost them a lot of money. As noted before, the feeling from people in TNA is that the company is doing this as a way to impress Spike TV executives.
The running joke in TNA among former WWE talents is when people see them in public they are asked how come they aren’t wrestling anymore. The United Talent Agency deal will hopefully help them in that regard. UTA is being paid to market their stars and get company licenses and expand their live events and social media.
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