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Is The Carter Family Looking to Sell TNA Wrestling?
By Marc Middleton
Oct 27, 2013 - 11:08:05 PM

- Dave Meltzer revealed on the latest installment of Wrestling Observer Radio that The Carters are looking to sell TNA.

"There's a lot of moves, there's a lot of moves that are being done behind the scenes," Meltzer said. "No matter what anyone is going to say right now, there's big things going on behind the scenes as far as the future ownership of the company, and at that point, god only knows where it goes."

"There's people looking to get in, and I think the Carters are looking to get out. They've lost enough money and all that, and you know as far as what that means, who knows. But they've been looking to get out for a while. Now everyone is going to scream at me, but that's 100%. That's the stuff that they don't want you know. They've been looking to get out when they didn't want to fund them anymore."

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