TNA Wrestling’s “Hard to Kill” event marked a significant turning point for the promotion, signaling the beginning of a new era. Sadly, Scott D’Amore’s removal from his position as TNA President ended up shocking the world and throwing a wrench in TNA’s plans. With that said, the company is still moving ahead with plans and now the additional talent integration for TNA has been revealed.
Anthem Sports & Entertainment Inc. appointed Anthony Cicione as the new President of TNA Wrestling, leading to Scott D’Amore’s exit from his longstanding position. D’Amore’s departure was the end of an era, as he played such a crucial role in guiding TNA through various hurdles and challenges.
According to PWInsider, there are plans to further integrate TNA talents into AXS TV programming as part of the company’s shift under its entertainment arm.
It has been reported that Eric Young will host the second season of the channel’s ‘Vinyl Obsession’, a series where rockers search for vinyl treasures while reminiscing about their favorite bands and albums. Additionally, Frankie Kazarian, Josh Alexander, and Young will appear on the network’s Top 10 Revealed and The Very Best of the 80s.
Scott D’Aore was recently spotted at another promotion after his TNA termination. Nevertheless, life moves on and TNA Wrestling is under the leadership of someone else. Only time will tell whether these changes will lead to something beneficial in the long run.
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