Source: PWInsiderTNA's All Wheels Wrestling project that was filmed last year was passed on by The Speed Network and handed off to Fuel TV as a potential project for them. Once Fuel brought on their UFC programming, the decision was made that they didn't want any pro wrestling on the network. AWW is still being shopped around to to other networks.
Regarding the future of Ring Ka King, their status depends on whether Endemol and the Colors Network want to order another season. There have been ongoing discussions about a new season but nothing confirmed yet. There have also been discussions about doing similar seasons locally in other countries.
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