- Regarding Dixie Carter telling Sports Illustrated this week that Impact Wrestling will remain on Destination America through the end of 2015, that would indicate some sort of agreement has been signed between the two sides. PWInsider notes that the original TNA - Discovery deal was said to be for 39 Impact episodes and that they would reach that number on October 7th. It appears they have signed some sort of extension that is carrying them through February 2016.
- We noted before that TNA Impact Wrestling was being pulled from Discovery en Espanol, Discovery Romania and Eurosports Finland, which is also owned by Discovery. They are also being pulled from DMAX in Austria and Germany as of next month. DMAX is also owned by Discovery.
- Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted on Thursday that a TNA departure was expected to be revealed this weekend. That may be Kenny King, who returned to Ring of Honor at last night's pay-per-view to reform The All Night Xpress with Rhett Titus. Meltzer mentioned on Wrestling Observer Radio today that King quit TNA. King tweeted the following after last night:
Kenny King (@KennyKingPb2) September 19, 2015