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Rumors of Smackdown Move to Thursday Causes Panic at Impact Wrestling Tapings
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 08.09.2014

- The previous rumors of WWE Smackdown moving to Thursday this fall have apparently made their way to TNA. The Wrestling Observer reports that there was panic backstage at the TNA Impact Wrestling tapings on August 6 because of the news that Smackdown could move to Thursdays later this year.

It appears that people in the company are on edge because they are expecting an announcement on TNA's future with Spike TV soon. A meeting was held with TNA officials on August 7 that reportedly left those backstage in better spirits. According to the report, the vibe is more positive backstage than it was before. However, there is still no clear answer about the company's future with Spike TV.

The Smackdown move to Thursday is not yet official. While things appeared to be dire with TNA a short while ago, Spike TV President Kevin Kay did attend the Impact Wrestling tapings on August 7. His attendance was seen as a good sign for negotiations between the companies.

Credit: The Wrestling Observer via Wrestlezone.com


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