Category - TNA

Former TNA stars to appear at NYC Impact tapings

Matt Hardy

TNA is loading up for their New York City tapings this week bringing in former several stars to spice up the shows. Apart from the already announced Matt Hardy, Tommy Dreamer and Rhino have also been announced for the Manhattan Center shows. The Great Muta will be appearing on the live broadcast on Thursday as well while Homicide, Low Ki, and...

Impact with PPV-fall out delivers best number since April

Impact

TNA Impact had the best number in a while this week with a jump of over 300,000 additional viewers from the previous week for the fallout from Slammiversary. Slammiversary was considered to be a pretty good pay-per-view and Impact that followed was equally good. The show pulled in 1.3 million viewers. It was the best number for Impact since the...

Bobby Lashley captures the TNA World title at Impact

Bobby Lashley

TNA pulled the plug on Eric Young as their champion as well as Bobby Lashley became the new TNA World champion after pinning Young during last night’s episode of Impact. The pinfall was completely clean and Lashley was declared the winner after hitting a spear and covering Young for the three count for his first ever TNA title. Lashley returned...

TNA asks fans what ring they want going forward

TNA

TNA is asking its fans what kind of ring do they want to see – the usual four sided one or the six sided ring which TNA used in the past. Depending on the fans’ choice, TNA will make use of either ring starting with the Impact television tapings next week in New York City. This is not for a one-off event but rather a change in going...

Team 3D announced for the TNA Hall of Fame

Team 3D

The third inductees into the TNA Hall of Fame were revealed yesterday at the Slammiversary pay-per-view and they are Team 3-D: Bully Ray and Devon. The duo – considered to be the most decorated tag team in professional wrestling history – made their TNA debut in October 2005 after WWE opted not to keep the duo that year. Both Ray and...

Eric Young retains TNA title in three way steel cage match

Eric Young

Here are the results from last night’s Slammiversary pay-per-view which took place from the College Park Center at the University of Texas at Arlington in Arlington, Texas. Sanada retained the X Division title by defeating Tigre Uno, Manik, Crazzy Steve, Eddie Edwards, and Davey Richards in a ladder match; Samoa Joe defeated Bobby Lashley;...

Slammiversary 2014 live on pay-per-view tonight

Slammiversary

Live tonight from the College Park Center at the University of Texas at Arlington in Arlington, Texas, TNA presents Slammiversary on pay-per-view. The full card is as follows: Samoa Joe vs Bobby Lashley; Austin Aries vs Kenny King; Eric Young vs the winner of Joe/Lashley and Aries/King for the TNA title in a three way steel cage Product...

Slammiversary main event now a steel cage three way match

Slammiversary

The main event for this Sunday’s Slammiversary was announced at ImpactWrestling.com following the announcement that MVP was unable to wrestle. The main event will now be a steel cage three way match with Eric Young defending the title against the winner of Samoa Joe vs Bobby Lashley and the winner of Austin Aries vs Kenny King.

MVP off the Slammiversary main event after knee injury

MVP

The main event for this Sunday’s Slammiversary pay-per-view has been canceled just three days prior to the show as MVP has not been cleared to wrestle. MVP injured his knee when he was working a match at an indy show in Preston in the United Kingdom last weekend. He did not wrestle the next night and was on crutches during the show, telling the...

Kurt Angle to reveal 3rd TNA Hall of Famer this Sunday

TNA Hall of Fame

TNA President Dixie Carter revealed on Twitter that the third member of the TNA Hall of Fame will be revealed this Sunday at the Slammiversary pay-per-view. Carter said that Kurt Angle will be revealing the third name and Angle said that it is one of the greatest feeling of honor being a Hall of Fame inductee. “Getting to this level takes a lot:...

TNA celebrates 10 years of Impact on television

Impact

Yesterday it was the 10 year anniversary since the creation of the  TNA Impact television show which premiered on Fox Sports Net on June 4, 2004. “Today marks 10 YEARS since Impact premiered 6/4/04 on Fox Sports Net. We’ve come so far & I’m excited where we are going,” wrote TNA President Dixie Carter. “Thanks to every...

TNA to tape Destination X in New York City on June 26

TNA

TNA will be taping its Destination X show in New York as part of the three-day back-to-back television tapings at the Grand Ballroom inside the Manhattan Center. Destination X was previously a pay-per-view but was then moved to a special TV taping after TNA scrapped all but four pay-per-views for their yearly calendar. The show’s taping will...

Marshall and Ross Von Erich to wrestle at Slammiversary

Slammiversary

Marshall and Ross Von Erich, the sons of WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Von Erich, will be making their TNA debut at the Slammiversary pay-per-view and being Father’s Day, their dad will be accompanying his sons to the ring. “Seeing my boys enter the ring on Father’s Day will be one of the proudest moments of my life. I am looking forward to it...

The Great Muta to appear at Impact tapings on June 25

Impact

TNA announced that The Great Muta will be returning to the company and will be participating at the Impact tapings on June 25 in New York. The June 25 tapings will be the first of three in a row that the company is holding at the Manhattan Center inside The Grand Ballroom. Muta last appeared for TNA at the Lockdown pay-per-view in Miami and...

Two more depart TNA Wrestling

TNA

Two more talent from TNA Wrestling have left the company after their contracts were not renewed. These are Kazarian and Hernandez. Kazarian joined TNA in 2003 where he wrestled there till 2005 before he joined WWE for a short period prior to going back to TNA in 2006. He has remained with the company since then, also wrestling under a mask as...