This was a radical little idea I had pitched on my website. It's a bit farfetched but lets be honest. TNA isn't getting much attention right now. Their attendance is very low. Their talent is dry. There is no money being made. There is no energy. How do you re-energize? We've heard so many pitch the idea of TNA moving to the UK where the fans seems far more supportive. But realistically that's way too expensive. Visas, flights and all its far too expensive. But the UK is no the only hotbed with no real top promotion. Puerto Rico. It's where hardcore wrestling evolved into what FMW would eventually adopt. It was hot during the 80's but it died out after the Brody incident. Their top promotion draws no more than 200 people. WWC, existing for 42 years has fallen to a terrible status. But in 2014, a new company had debuted. Drawing 3000 for monthly tapings with local talent. The one time Alberto Del Rio appeared, attendance doubled before the promotion folded due to backstage issues with the president. Point being, there's interest in wrestling. If a local promotion can hit 6000 for an event with low quality, TNA can easily match and surpass that quality. That along with the name value, which while damaged is nowhere near as bad as WWC. Add the international wrestlers in TNA like Roode, Lashley, The Hardys, Galloway and on... Yeah, I'd say they'd do far better there than they would in the US where companies struggle so often, even ROH. There's minimal expense. You don't need visas. Its a 3 hour flight from Orlando. 4 and half from Nashville. Point being there's minimal loss and plenty to gain going into unconquered territory that's just waiting to be claimed.