The "Suicide" character has officially been put on hold due to Frankie Kazarian having surgery to repair his triceps and having to miss action for the next few months. TNA was originally going to debut the character either with a run-in at Bound For Glory or at the TV tapings following the event. The thought at the time when Kazarian went out was for someone else to play the character while he was away and limit his role, although it would appear they have dropped all plans entirely right now in no longer airing vignettes on iMPACT!.
The door is open for Karen Angle to return to the company at some point, but as for now she is done. With the couple divorcing and their personal problems becoming public, the call was made to release her and keep Kurt, who is far more valuable. WrestlingInc.com is also reporting that Kurt never asked the company to release her, and it was felt that it would make the work environment better if she wasn't around. Also there really wasn't anything they could come up with for her to do, as the Karen's Angle segments were considered by most as, "bad TV."
When promoting Bound for Glory, Mick Foley said in a radio interview that he had mixed feelings at first about going to TNA, but now believes it was the right move and also says that he couldn't be happier.