Exclusive Interview: Jordynne Grace Shares Insights on TNA’s New Management Team

Earlier this year, there was a significant change in the leadership of TNA Wrestling as parent company Anthem let go of TNA President Scott D’Amore. This decision caused a stir among TNA stars, with some expressing their support for D’Amore and rumors circulating about talent wanting to leave the company. However, things have since calmed down.

In a recent interview with Fightful, TNA Knockouts Champion Jordynne Grace opened up about her experience with the new management team, which includes Tommy Dreamer, a former WWE and ECW star. Grace mentioned that the transition has been smooth, noting that the dynamics within the company have remained largely unchanged.

Despite the upheaval in leadership, TNA has forged a partnership with WWE, with Grace being the first TNA star to make a crossover appearance. She made her debut for WWE in January at the Royal Rumble and recently appeared on “WWE NXT.” Grace is now gearing up to challenge Roxanne Perez for the WWE NXT Women’s Championship at NXT Battleground this weekend.

In the wake of Grace’s interview, there have been further shake-ups behind the scenes at TNA, with key figures like David Sahadi, RD Evans, and Lou D’Angeli either departing or resigning. It appears that Anthem is looking to revamp TNA’s live events strategy.

With the growing collaboration between TNA and WWE, fans can expect to see more crossover between the two promotions in the future. While Grace is currently the only TNA star to have made the leap to WWE, there are hints of other TNA talents making appearances in WWE, and vice versa.

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