Lucha Underground Season 4 News, TNA Hall of Fame Gone? Nashville
The future for Lucha Underground looked bleak when the third season of the show concluded without a fourth one being announced. A few weeks ago, it was announced that the show will be returning, but a ton of changes are being made to the show. The Wrestling Observer Newsletter has revealed that Antonio Cue-Navarro and Alex Garcia, who were both responsible for the show’s quality, are no longer invested in the show. As a result, the budget has been cut down and talents are no longer working exclusively for Lucha Underground. It seems likely that the show will be renewed for a 5th and 6th season. Season 4 is currently scheduled to commence taping in March and start airing in May.
Impact Wrestling recently announced during their tapings in Ottawa that the company is now based in Canada. As such, the company has been cutting costs and making drastic changes. PWInsider has released a report stating that Impact will be moving their offices from Nashville to Canada soon. The report mentions that the company already has started to lay off “support staff” members as the offices begin to relocate. Impact’s parent company Anthem currently operates in Toronto, so the belief is that Impact will be integrating their offices with Anthem in Canada when they eventually close down their offices in Nashville.
Every wrestling fan looks forward to the WWE Hall of Fame every year during the weekend of Wrestlemania, but Impact Wrestling has had their own Hall of Fame ceremonies take place during the same time as Bound for Glory over the past few years. Names such as Kurt Angle and Sting were inducted long before they joined the WWE Hall of Fame. The Wrestling Observer Newsletter now notes that the company has abandoned the Hall of Fame concept, as evidenced by the fact that there was no inductee during Bound for Glory this year. The plan had been to induct TNA founder Jerry Jarrett into the Hall of Fame, but that idea changed when Jeff Jarrett was fired from the company. Mike Tenay was also considered, but that plan fell through and the Hall of Fame was scrapped.
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