According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and F4Wonline.com, cable television network Destination America can cancel IMPACT WRESTLING in September if they so choose to do so. In a recent response to a fan in the F4Wonline.com forums, Meltzer claims that Destination America has an out of their two-year contract with TNA Wrestling in September of 2015.
Lots of rumors have surrounded TNAs relationship with Destination America as of late. Due to their inconsistent and low viewership numbers for IMPACT WRESTLING, it was recently reported that the cable network regrets signing the TV deal with TNA for IMPACT.
The network is trying to bring the number of viewers up, however. In hopes of the product seeing more eyes during the week, Destination America is moving IMPACT WRESTLING from Friday nights, to Wednesdays. TNA President Dixie Carter has even reportedly told talent not to even pay attention to viewership numbers, as she doesnt want the moral of the locker room to drop any more than it already has.
TNA Wrestling has had bad press as of late on top of the issue with Destination America. Employees of the company have complained about paychecks being extremely late. The company also canceled a live tour in China, which caused talent to get upset at the TNA office.