There has been a lot of talk among the TNA talents about how concerned they are due to the lack of work coming up.
The feeling is that TNA officials presented the wrestlers with a "best case scenario" when they left Spike TV and signed with Destination America but that isn't how things are turning out. There's also a feeling within TNA that the crew was presented with the idea that things were better and would be getting better after the move to Destination, but things aren't getting better.
We're now a few months into the latest major reboot for TNA and the only events the company is running are TV tapings. There is no sign of live events being scheduled any time soon. TNA cancelling the April tapings and replacing them with tapings in May really had the wrestlers worried recently as this means the promotion will essentially be "dark" for a few months with no pay being earned for the talents.
Talents who have been with TNA for a while are seeing top stars leave with no real growth being made by the company. There's a feeling among some of the wrestlers that they were presented with the "best case scenario" but since that isn't how things have turned out, it might be time for TNA officials to sit down and update them on what's going on and what the future holds