TNA Wrestling got a brief lease on life earlier this week as the Bound for Glory pay-per-view and next week’s Impact Wrestling TV tapings will push forward as scheduled. The Inquisitr reported on Saturday that TNA had received funding for the shows from an unnamed third party, allowing the troubled promotion to hold its equivalent to WWE’s WrestleMania despite speculation that it might not take place due to a lack of money. But the struggle is still far from over for Dixie Carter and company, as a new report suggests that TNA will be holding an “internal meeting” that could have important ramifications for the company and its future.
The brief from F4W Online doesn’t delve much into the specifics, but it confirms that the TNA meeting will take place Sunday in Orlando prior to the kickoff of its flagship PPV, Bound for Glory, at the Impact Zone. In its own report on the matter, WrestleZone speculated that TNA officials may highlight some key issues regarding the company’s future in general, and may continue working out terms of a sale after the event.