The Hits Just Keep On Coming For TNA

This is getting embarrassing.


– At tonight’s TNA house show in Cape Girardeau, MO, road agent Pat Kenney came out at the start of the show and announced that around half the wrestlers who were scheduled would not be allowed to work due to commission licensing issues. The company offered refunds, and for those who don’t take refunds, a free fan interaction with all the wrestlers.


A wrestling license in Missouri costs $40, so let’s say that’s about $750 for half the roster.  Either TNA can’t afford $750, or they can’t manage simple tasks like making sure the talent can actually appear on the show.  They’re either broke or inept, neither of which is good.


  1. Killjoy says:

    Given they just fired a guy who kept forgetting to renew top talent contracts almost every month, I’m surprised a goof up like this didn’t happen sooner. I can only hope the office firings are because of mistakes like this and not the other way around.

  2. Killjoy says:

    Reports are coming in that it was indeed Bruce Prichard’s job to handle the licenses and informed no one about the expired ones prior to his release. Either it was a dick move on his part, or he may want to start checking himself for Alzheimer’s. He seems to forget way too many important things.