As noted, TNA has been negotiating with a potential investor and the group that seems to be the leading candidate to purchase a stake in TNA is Aroluxe, according to Wrestling Observer Radio. Former wrestlers Don and Ron Harris are involved in Aroluxe, and the two have worked for WWE, ECW, WCW and TNA in the past, and have been helping with TNA production for several months now.
Aroluxe reportedly helped fund the last set of Impact Wrestling tapings, and will likely help fund the next set of tapings taking place next month in Orlando.
Dixie Carter is said to be negotiating with other investors as well, but it’s being said most of the investors she is negotiating aren’t liking her terms. Carter wants to retain 51% of TNA Wrestling and controlling interests in the company, and it will be hard for her to retain that kind of power and accept investor money at the same time.