- Last Saturday's TNA Impact Wrestling replay drew 48,000 viewers, down from the 52,000 viewers the April 23rd replay drew.
- You may remember seeing TNA talents denying reports of low morale and late paychecks over the past few years on social media. Just recently, several wrestlers, as seen below, took to Twitter during the April Impact tapings to tweet about how morale was up. This is not saying those tweets were made at the request of TNA officials, but Dave Meltzer noted on his Wrestling Observer message board that one TNA star told him during WrestleMania weekend in Dallas that TNA officials had told him to tweet about how good morale was. Meltzer wrote:
"Over WrestleMania weekend a TNA wrestler who I really don't know bumped into me. he joked about morale, saying that he was actually told to send a Tweet by management about how great the morale is. He didn't, and said for the people who have been with the company for a long time, it was the worst ever."
SO proud of the entire @IMPACTWRESTLING team, with special love to our KO locker room, for an incredible work ethic & high morale this week!— Madison Rayne (@MRayneTNA) April 25, 2016
Finishing up a great first night of @IMPACTWRESTLING tapings in Orlando. Morale = high. Sorry haters.— Bob Ryder (@brydertna) April 22, 2016
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