Post by The Ultimate Nullifier on Apr 18, 2015 18:57:05 GMT -6
Update On TNA Pay Issues: Workers Paid Less Than Promised?, More Problems
Mainstream sports media outlets are starting to pick up on the story of TNA being behind in pay to their wrestlers and office employees.
An article published today by Brian Fritz of SportingNews.com reiterates the fact that production workers within TNA are still owed money dating back to the “One Night Only” pay-per-view tapings from February 13th through February 16th.
While not included in the story, although obvious, the same workers had yet to be paid for the most recent set of TNA television tapings as well.
One production team member within TNA was told by the company that the checks were cut on April 3rd, but two weeks later, no one had received the checks that they were promised.
Additionally, production workers were not compensated for the TNA U.K. tour in January until early April, and claimed that, on average, the workers were shorted an average of $1,000 on pay for that tour.
A similar situation regarding late pay issues to the production crew surfaced last year, but ultimately came to a head at a TNA television taping when things were finally settled.
We should have more information on this story as additional details surface.