The TNA Wrestling rumors about the Carter family selling the company are continuing to rise. However, Wrestle View reported on Nov. 1 that TNA President Dixie Carter’s mother sent out a letter to TNA talent ensuring them that they were still behind the company.
Janice Carter, an executive at Panda Energy, said she felt it was important to reach out to her employees after the Internet rumors heated up. Carter actually has taken over the purse strings for her family, feeling that her husband was spending – and losing – too much with TNA Impact Wrestling.
Her tightening of the budget is what led to the recent rash of releases as well as the decision to stop touring on the road with the “TNA Impact Wrestling” television show.
However, there are still talks coming from sources inside the company that there is a buyer who has been in constant contact with Panda Energy when it comes to the possible sale of the company. The word is that this is someone fans will know but some might be surprised to learn he is who wants to buy the company.
Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer suggested that the talks might have broke down, which is why Janice Carter sent out the memo.
In other TNA Impact Wrestling news, the company just broke off their relationship with Ohio Valley Wrestling, effective immediately. OVW was the training center for TNA Wrestling and the place where their young talents could get in ring work in front of an audience before coming up.