Although he was the founder of the company and the biggest reason for its existence, especially in the early days, Jeff Jarrett has announced via Twitter that he is no longer working with TNA.
On December 22nd, 2013 I officially resigned from TNA Entertainment. Thanks to everyone involved for all the fantastic memories! #grateful— Jeff Jarrett (@JeffJarrettTNA) December 23, 2013
That's a shocking development, though perhaps it shouldn't be.
The new company initiative, to focus on cheaper, younger, rising stars to push as opposed to the old guard has meant ousting the likes of Hulk Hogan, Eric Bischoff, and now Jarrett. He had a falling out with Dixie Carter during that tumultuous time when he and the former Karen Angle started their relationship but had recently been more highly involved after other departures.
Now, he's out too.
Let the continued speculation over the future of TNA get even worse.