The most newsworthy event coming out of TNA's Sacrifice PPV wasn't Chyna's surprisingly well received in ring return (the novelty is sure to wear off quickly) or even the fact that they put on such a mediocre show with no stand out matches while pushing the tag line that Wrestling Matters. No, that accolade goes to the company quietly scrapping with no explanation Scott Steiner's and Matt Morgan's No. 1 Contenders match. According to Dave Meltzer on his subscriber's only radio show today, everything with Scott Steiner is on hold at the moment due to a financial disagreement with Steiner wanting more money. Steiner is not the first major star to have money issues with the promotion since Janice Carter started being tight with her daughter Dixie's pursestrings. Reduced pay played a large part in Kevin Nash asking out of his TNA contract when Vince McMahon came calling with a lucrative one off appearance in the 2011 Royal Rumble match. Ric Flair told his journalist friend Mike Mooneyham that he was owed a considerable amount of money in back pay by TNA and that he wasn't the only one, after Flair had briefly walked out on TNA's European tour in late January when he was refused an advance on his pay for that tour that he needed to pay a large bar tab he had racked up in Dublin. This story suggests that TNA must still be losing money and are continuing to try to cut costs on their payroll, which went through the roof after signing Hulk Hogan, Eric Bischoff, Ric Flair, Jeff Hardy, Mr. Anderson and Rob Van Dam last year.