Source: PWInsider-- Sources within MTV have indicated that there hasn't been any discussion of bringing Lucha Libre USA back to MTV. The belief is that with the MMA organization Bellator airing on MTV2 and TNA iMPACT! airing on MTV Tres, there is no rush to bring the promotion back. Ironically, the decision to air iMPACT! on Tres was that LLUSA was supposed to be programming that could transition directly to MTV2 and MTV Tres specifically. The promotion is continuing to tape for the "second season" but has cancelled the April 16th show in New Mexico. An April 30th taping is still scheduled and tickets are currently on sale.
-- While Kurt Angle had teased the idea of a "TNA Films" division, there has been no discussion internally about any such projects, and at this time, there are no plans for such a venture.
-- The first several TNA weekly PPVs from the Asylum era are now available at www.TNAOnDemand.com.
-- On June 24th, TNA returns to the Expo Center at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
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