TNA Wrestling will be moving out of their corporate headquarters at Cummins Station Fitness Center in downtown Nashville and moving all office operations to the “20-25,000 square foot” ShopTNA warehouse (also located in Nashville) according to multiple wrestling media reports this week. TNA’s production office will be moving to NorthStar Productions in Nashville, described as the “biggest HD Production facility in the city” according to a report by PWInsider.
This move was reportedly planned by TNA for some time in what appears to be another cost-cutting move as the company continues to undergo a series of financial restructuring in 2016. John Gaburick, TNA’s Executive Vice President of Creative and Talent Relations, revealed earlier this year that TNA was seeking a “strategic partner” not long after the company debuted on Pop TV. These same reports indicated TNA is meeting with potential backers and partners.
TNA returns to Orlando next week running Impact Wrestling tapings for Pop TV from April 21-24. No other live events are on the schedule as of mid-April. The company does have plans to run a Slammiversary PPV in June and will be revealing the main event at a press conference/weigh in next week in Orlando.