As of this writing TNA is looking to be finishing up TV tapings for the 2015 year very soon, and their deal with Destination America looks to be ending in a few weeks. When that happens, unless TNA can broker a deal with a new cable network, they will no longer be airing as a weekly wrestling program in the United States. TNA talents have revealed that a number of them are contracted through February 2016, and international TV deals have been announced in recent months. We've seen TNA downsize over and over, going from a touring live show featuring homegrown stars and former WWE talents, back to the GUTS Arena in Orlando with very few known stars, indy talents and some older WWE names. As a fan of wrestling it will be difficult to watch TNA go through this change, and harder if TNA doesn't survive it. Personally I'd like to see TNA attempt digital distribution. Flipps, Crackle, Netflix or Hulu would be much better homes for weekly wrestling than deep cable and that's the direction people are going in these days. If TNA no longer broadcasts in America, expect ROH to take over the #2 promotion spot for sure.