Originally posted by graves9Or maybe Spike is moving them to a better night for the time being hoping they get better ratings so it'll help TNA get on another network.
Why would Spike want to help TNA get on another network?
They have a pretty bad track record from their treatment of ECW and then WWE at the end, maybe they are actually looking at their reputation. Maybe some producers have seen how they treated some of those earlier programming providers and told them no thanks based on it.
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