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The Grapevine (11/27/15): No TNA For You This Year, India



Good morning, everyone! Welcome to the Grapevine, where we round up the (technically unconfirmed) rumors from the wild world of pro wrestling that you may have missed over the evening.

TNA's India tour has been cancelled, if you haven't heard:



  • Apparently, the TNA tour of India was cancelled due to safety concerns. The itinerary had them traveling to India through Paris, causing some logistical issues presumably due to the recent terror attacks by ISIS. The tour has been postponed to late 2016. They were to leave sometime this week as the tour officially begins next week. (Source: WrestlingInc)

We say: What a harsh scenario. We believe that they were also planning to tape the next set of Impact Wrestling episodes from India, so now they're going to have to either use the footage they have now, or scramble to find a new venue for next week. (We'd love to call it #LOLTNA, but we don't think this is their fault this time.)


  • Bret Hart had hand surgery this past Monday due to an old, 20-year-old injury that had been bothering him again lately. He developed a nasty lump on his wrist that prevented him from bending it. (Source: WON)

We say: Oh, we thought that hand injury came from putting out so much shit on the Internet. Get well soon, Bret.


  • It looks like Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson will retain their full names. It was rumored a while back that Dash's last name and Dawson's first name will be the newest victims of the name guillotine, but they were referred to by their full names on this week's NXT.

We say: Now if they could only save Antonio, Adrian, Alexander, and Langston from the underworld.

What do you think? Is TNA surviving 2016, or can they restructure their way out of doom? Let us know what you think in the comments!

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