TNA has been in business since 2002, and has enjoyed a nice, comfy and lucrative home with Spike TV since 2005. While there has always been rumors of the company's demise, it may soon become a reality. TNA's contract with Spike will not be renewed in the fall. This may be a fatal blow to a wrestling organization that has cheated death for so long. Its possible that Dixie Carter will be able to land a new deal and remain on TV for years. Its also possible that once their deal is up, they will have lost their biggest revenue stream, go out of business, and merely be remembered as lost cause. If TNA does go under, you can imagine that WWE would be interested in buying their tape library. You cant imagine, though, that theyd stage an invasion type angle like they did for WCW and ECW. TNA just doesnt have the history or the popularity to justify a large presence on WWE TV. There also arent many people clamoring for a dream match of Abyss vs. The Undertaker at WrestleMania 31. However, that doesnt mean that there arent plenty of talented men and women in the company who should be on Vinces radar were they to fold. With five hours of primetime TV to fill every week, he should always be on the lookout for new and familiar talent. From former WWE stars to promising up-and-comers, here are 10 wrestlers that WWE should sign if TNA goes out of business.