The report notes TNA spent much of the week negotiating with WWE and Corgan for a cash infusion to pay for “BFG,” sources said, but sources speculated the actual advance came from neither of those two but from an unidentified third party.
WWE and Corgan are expected to resume talks about a change in Impact ownership after the weekend’s broadcast, sources said. WWE had no comment.
Meanwhile Dixie Carter, who still owns the majority stake in TNA, hyped Sunday's pay-per-view and next week's television tapings, tweeting:
Going to be an INCREDIBLE live #BoundForGlory on Sunday and big things planned for @ImpactWrestling shows. @PopTV— Dixie Carter (@TNADixie) September 30, 2016
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