Source: The Taz Show

Jeremy Borash was a guest on Friday's episode of "The Taz Show." During his appearance, Borash talked about the current state of TNA, and more. Below are some of the highlights.

Current state of TNA:

"Well again, and this is just, you talk about wide view looking down, this, whatever came out yesterday. In the last seven days. In the last week-and-a-half. In the last month-and-a-half. We're getting sold, our tape library is going to WWE, da-da-da-da-da, Lucha Underground is buying us. And, how many of those things that you've read about, have turned out to be true? We're still here, we're still producing a show, and as of last week, my checks have never been missed. So you know, it's kinda one of those things where 'Alright, there's another thing that's out. Is it all factual? Is it all speculation?' I can tell you that there have been huge things that have been reported in the last two weeks. Completely fabricated by somebody. And, when you have those things out there, it really takes away from the narrative, which is the boys, which is the product, which is the storylines, which is the television show. You know, there is no other business in the world, I can tell you, I know first-hand. You go out into the real world, there is no other business where you have to go to work, and fear that every detail of what we are up to is going to be online, criticized, read. It's messed up. It's just the passion that the fans have. And, it's the reality of the situation."

Morale of the company:

"Morale is great. Wrestlers wrestle, and that's it. You know, again, hopefully it's, whatever is out there does not serve as a distraction. Here was my philosophy, and I adopted this about eight years ago, seven years ago. Strangely enough, just uh, talk to somebody about it, that we kinda talk to. I had had enough, but AA really preaches the Serenity Prayer, and that is about being able to separate what you can do something about, and what can't do anything about, and not stress yourself over things you can't do anything about. At that point in my career, I thought, 'I'm going to wake up every day, and do exactly what I want to do.' And, once you can kinda separate that, and realize that there are things that you can't do anything about, there are things you can focus on though, you'll probably be a happier person."

During his appearance, Borash also talked about the upcoming episode of Impact Wrestling from the 'Hardy Compund,' the 'Tag Team Apocolypto' main event, what it's like working with the 'Broken' Hardys, and more. You can listen to the full interview at this link.

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