- The most recent deal that TNA was looking at offering current WWE United States Champion Alberto Del Rio was reportedly in the $300,000 range with Del Rio still being allowed to work indies and dates in Mexico.
- As noted, TNA has had talks with the Manhattan Center in New York City about running Impact Wrestling tapings there in 2016. For what it's worth, the roster hasn't been given any hints about future dates and are only aware of the mini-tours in India next month and the UK in January.
- TNA star Andrew Everett re-injured a knee that he had surgery on just last year while in the UK and may be out of action for a while. He tweeted the following on October 27th:
We won't know anything until I get home to receive an MRI, but it's possible I have re-injured my repaired ACL injury from last year.— Andrew Everett (@_AndrewEverett) October 27, 2015
Sorry to everyone here in England hoping to see me wrestle, I need a stable knee to do so. Which I don't have at the moment.— Andrew Everett (@_AndrewEverett) October 27, 2015
Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter
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