TNA 'at the goal line' for company's 'biggest signing' at Hard To Kill

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TNA Wrestling president Scott D’Amore has teased the company’s ‘biggest signing’ for Hard to Kill on January 13.

The upcoming TNA Hard to Kill pay-per-view on January 13 is set to mark the official rebrand of IMPACT Wrestling back to ‘TNA’ after the change was announced to close out this year’s Bound for Glory event.
Ahead of the change, TNA has been making some moves in the free agent market, announcing the recent signings of Trent Seven and Kushida, re-signing Eddie Edwards, and reportedly making a big money offer to Will Ospreay ahead of his AEW signing.
However, it appears as though TNA isn’t done with signings just yet, as TNA president Scott D’Amore appeared on Busted Open Radio, teasing that he was ‘at the goal line’ of finalizing one of the ‘biggest signings’ in TNA ahead of Hard to Kill.

He said:
“We’re going to have a lot of fun. We’re going to have surprises for you, some unexpected things, including, we are right there at the goal line of finalizing one of, I think, one of the biggest signings in TNA. I think it’s something that is really going to shake things up on January 13.
“If you’ve been saying, ‘I’m looking for something different.’ We’re giving you a lot. Someone we have in store for you that night is going to blow your socks off.”

Many top names, including Kazuchika Okada, are set to become free agents in early 2024.
A majority of the names recently released by WWE in September are set to officially become free agents on December 20, including Dolph Ziggler and Matt Riddle.

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