TNA is in the middle of a major revolution, as the company will no longer be known as Impact Wrestling going forward. Due to this, the company has been busy hiring fresh talent as a way to prepare for the future. The company is also keeping the identity of their monumental signing under wraps.

TNA is set to return at the Hard to Kill event on January 13th, 2024 and in preparation for their upcoming change in less than a month. Naturally, fans are excited about all the upcoming changes as well.

As previously reported, TNA Wrestling teased monumental signing at their Hard to Kill pay-per-view. Unsurprisingly, this made fans wonder whether they were going to sign an ex-WWE star.

According to Sean Ross Sapp behind Fightful’s paywall, it was reported that no one backstage is aware of who the monumental signing is. It was added that the signing would just be a regular signing and not the biggest in company history.

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 ”For those asking, no one behind-the-scenes in TNA Wrestling appears to have any knowledge regarding who the “big signing” they are teasing is going to be. It has been dubbed as the biggest signing in company history, which includes Sting, Mick Foley, Hulk Hogan, Kurt Angle and others, however that report was apparently untrue. All it is being hyped as is another “big signing,” not the biggest in company history.”

The company also set aside a budget for signing major free agent next year. We will have to wait and see who will end up becoming the major signing for TNA at the Hard to Kill pay-per-view next month.

What’s your view on this story? Who do you think the major signing will be? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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