As noted, a judge today ruled against Billy Corgan's request for a temporary injunction against TNA, and TNA can proceed to run the company without Corgan being involved. It is expected that Anthem Sports & Entertainment Corp., the parent company of The Fight Network, will pay off Corgan's $1.8 million loan to TNA and gain 85% control of the company, with Aroluxe having a 10% stake and Dixie Carter retaining 5%. Jason Brown of Aroluxe, who has been running the day-to-day operations of the company, is expected to take over as President.

Mike Bennett took a shot at the ruling on Twitter, writing:


Bennett's wife, former TNA Knockouts Champion Maria Kanellis, tweeted this evening that she will be leaving the business soon.

Kanellis, who made her TNA debut this past January, added that she doesn't know exactly when she'll leave, but the reason why she went back to school was to prepare for life after wrestling. She wrote:




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