Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Apr 18, 2013
Another TNA Executive Leaves The Company

Another TNA Executive Leaves The Company


Michael Krewson, who was Director of Touring for TNA, has given notice to the company that he is leaving. He will finish up with the company this week.

Krewson was responsible for booking all of the venues for TNA, and had been with the company since 2008.

We also reported the following on April 16th, 2013:

Craig Jenkins joins the PR department’s Chris Thomas and Jules Wortman as recent departures from TNA Wrestling. Jenkins is the executive that set off a Ric Flair tantrum when he refused to cover Flair’s bar tab during a tour of Europe, which led to Ric refusing to get on a bus to the airport, missing one of the dates. Jenkins’ handled a lot of responsibility on the road when it came to dealing with venues the day of events, setting up, fan interactions and more.

Jenkins posted the following on Twitter today…

“It’s been an honor & a privilege for 6 years knowing all of you. Good night & God Bless. Thanks for the memories!!!”

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13 Responses to “Another TNA Executive Leaves The Company”

  1. DJBIGCG says:

    You know rvd might leave tna just like Kurt angle might leave when his contract is up and posibly go to wwe. Many others have chose to leave tna like cm punk booker t dusty rhodes etc… Now this. I really don't know what's making everybody want out of tna since many tna marks say tna is the best

    • tna24 says:

      you know your just naming some wwe people who came to tna then left back for wwe. i can name you tna people who left then came back.if kurt leave so what it not like he was here for a short time then left. he help build this company to what it is today. he gave it his all. he has a right if he wants to leave to finish his career where it all started. like come on people within the company come and go all the time. i bet you so many non wrestlers have left wwe over time.

      • tna24 says:

        well look at jeff hardy he was in tna back in 04 for 2 years then look what we have here he came back Mickie was in tna before wwe and look here she back. look at gail kim did the whole wwe thing but she in tna etc.. so tna not for everyone. some people give it a go they like it they stay, they dont they leave or they leave try something else than come back

    • Philly_Cheese says:

      Kurt has stated on many occasions he has no intention of leaving TNA. I highly doubt Kurt will go back to WWE because of why he left in the first place… WWE was booking him so hard and refusing to give him time off that he was constantly in a state of physical pain. TNA on the other hand treats him like a prized pig and gives him time off when he wants or needs it.

    • tnadude says:

      Dude – he was the "Director of Touring". He probably took a job with a travel agency. Get over yourself.

      BTW – much to my chagrin, I expect RVD back with TNA on short order. After all, nobody is left to wrestle Bully now that Hardy is out…

      Oh – and you can keep Punk and his idiotic tweets.

    • rumpl4skin says:

      Kurt Angle has already stated in plenty of interviews he will never go back to the politics and bullshit in WWE, TNA is his home and would like to stay with the company after he retires in some sort of developmental role likedoug williams is, altho RVD is a good possibility to return to WWE altho TNA has submitted him a new contract so i gues its up to him where he wants to go

  2. Adam Sharpe says:


    Rvd leaving is paradise

    Kurt is tired and old so if he want to follow good

    Sting should leave while on top

    Bring in new blood

    Kurt sting and rvd wages would have cost a lot

    Why not get a couple of household names but not big earners to join….

    • hangers says:

      Household names like Sting, Kurt Angle and RVD? New blood like Wes Briscoe, Festus, Knux and Kenny King?

      I don't think it's all down to who's on the roster, it's how their booked and how storylines are written that determine if people want to watch or not..

    • JoeWrestling says:

      I guess you don't watch Impact. Kurt puts on top matches all the time. He does tend to reserve himself on house shows now adays, but for the big matches he delivers.

  3. Adam Sharpe says:

    Focus on the xdivision for recruiting

    Jesse nesse is great all ready sonjay etc but go and snatch wwe talent justin gabriel

    Push up magnus rob terry doc knox into a sort of new midcarder belt for e.g a new I.C beltmatt morgan in hravyweight. Zema mr sleezt and co fighting extreme matches instead of boring one on ones….. Get some comedy people with wierd gimmiks like old la parka vampiro teaper man curry man for the tv title…

    Start real beefs with the KO… twitter wars slagging of in magazines propa damage its such a easy fix

  4. Sturk says:

    When you expand and you start to go on the road full time and there is more work to do you have will have workers leave company and you will bring people in who can take the new work load. TNA will in time be full time go go go go go and they will lose guys who work for TNA because the schedule was light. It is nature of the beast. Nothing deep……. people leave jobs all the time. Sometimes people forget the company part of "wrestling company."

    • TwIsTeD_EnEmY says:

      Good point
      Its also possible that they all signed contracts at a similiar time, and their contracts have all run out, and they are deciding that its not worthwhile to renew them

  5. whatsup121 says:

    Best of luck Michael Krewson

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