The concerns are growing according to PWInsider.com with those in TNA in regards to the company not having a new television deal yet with Spike TV. The current deal runs out in October. The last contract TNA had with Spike TV also expired in the month of October that year and the company had already agreed on a new deal by this time in the calendar year.
The heat on Dixie Carter is also growing with her attitude. She recently asked in meetings at TNA's Nashville why the company didn't have a presence in New Orleans on WrestleMania week. It's said with questions like this and her questioning why morale is low — many feel she is so busy saying what the company should have done here or should have done there, that nothing is getting done and they need someone to come push the doors open and make things happen.
In addition to this, her mother Janice and a Panda Energy attorney recently came to Nashville to the TNA offices which caught a lot of people off-guard. Apparently, they normally stay in Texas, so this trip came as an unusual surprise.
As for "Big" John Gaburick, those within TNA say he's in over his head. He's handling the creative direction for TNA, something he never once did in his long tenure with WWE.
Earlier today we posted a report regarding the current backstage reaction to the TNA creative team and Eric Young's title win. You can check that out at this link.
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