TNA is not completely dead and buried because the brand will be resurrected for one night only during WrestleMania weekend.
As announced on Ethan Page’s Twitter account, there are plans to do a TNA-themed show in Tampa. No details have been announced yet but you would have to assume that some old TNA match stipulations will be used and perhaps, some TNA names from the past will be contract about making an appearance.
In his tweet, Page talked about how excited he is about the TNA name being brought back and suggested for him to be booked in the King of the Mountain match. The KOTM match is most associated with Jeff Jarrett.
TNA launched in 2002 with shows airing every Wednesday night on pay-per-view. Eventually, they landed an afternoon television slot with Fox Sports before signing a deal with Spike TV (now known as Paramount Network). The company struggled with bad creative, bad spending and networks passing on renewing them. The company began to transition away from the TNA name in 2016 because of the feeling that there was a negative stigma around the brand.
Here is Ethan Page’s tweet on the return of TNA for one night: