TNA Reportedly Behind in Paying Employees

According to, TNA Wrestling is behind in paying production and crew members going back to the January and March TV tapings of this year.

TNA struggled to make on-time payments in 2015, and has since handed over the payment system to the Harris Brothers and their company Aroluxe. Payments reportedly continued to be late, and TNA moving out of its headquarters in Nashville did not help matters much. Furthermore, it’s being said employees has been met with “resistance” from TNA management when asked about backpay.

Some members of the production staff have even been told they might be replaced at the next set of TV tapings in favor of independent production workers who do not have a history of late payment with TNA Wrestling.

As we noted in the past, TNA is in the process of seeking investors to help generate revenue, as the company’s current revenue streams include One Night Only PPV distribution deals, an ad-share deal with POP TV for Impact Wrestling, and international TV deals.

The recent cost cutting measures taken by TNA have reportedly been a factor in the late pay to production workers, who are vital in creating content for the promotion.

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