After November 19, Spike TV will be airing the best of TNA rather than TNA Impact, which is a very bad sign for the struggling wrestling program After it looked like TNA’s Spike TV program, Impact Wrestling, would not be renewed and the company would subsequently go under, the news got better. Soon, it looked like it would only be a matter of time before TNA and Spike TV actually announced a new TV deal. Instead, Spike TV won’t have TNA Impact in the lineup on November 26. According to WrestlingRumors.com, Spike TV is not slated to air another new episode of impact after November 19. SpikeTV’s official website has the film “End of Watch” listed in “IMPACT WRESTLING’s” usual time slot on Nov. 26, which was when the first edition of the “Best of IMPACT WRESTLING” was slated to air. TNA has “Best of IMPACT WRESTLING” editions of their program scheduled to air until the end of 2014. While SpikeTV claims it will continue to show “IMPACT WRESTLING” through December and that their removal of the program on Nov. 26 is a one night thing, they’ve also stated the program may not air on Dec. 24 or Dec. 31. This is obviously terrible news for the company. They don’t currently have any other tapings scheduled this year so they may be leaving Spike with no alternative anyway. If there is program, they can’t just keep airings best of’s. THOUGHTS?