Billy Corgan claims the next set of Impact Wrestling tapings scheduled for next month have been postponed … and it’s because TNA can’t come up with the cash, according to new court docs.
More court docs have been unsealed in the TNA President’s fight for control and in one set he claims, “Impact Ventures had been planning a 3-day taping scheduled for November 1-3, 2016. However, on October 25, 2016, Impact Ventures postponed that event due to lack of funds.”
Adding, “Impact Ventures also continues to not pay its talent, except now defendants are blaming me and the temporary restraining order in this case for the lack of payment.”
As we previously reported, Billy also says Dixie lied to him about any sale discussions she may or may not have had with WWE.
Corgan also claims he was never given a new employment agreement once he was made President of the company, and that Jason Brown from Aroluxe Media has been running the day-to-day operations — even though it’s not his duty.
UPDATE: Our sources tell us the postponed taping was for Total Nonstop Deletion at the Hardy compound and not full episodes of Impact Wrestling with an audience.
Read the FULL UPDATE HERE.
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