Category - TNA

TNA once again late in payments to television production crew

TNA

James Caldwell of the Pro Wrestling Torch is reporting that TNA TV production crew has not been paid – again – and the company is way behind payments, going back to the January television tapings. Caldwell said that those production members who inquired about payments “have been met with resistance” and then to make matters worse...

Universal Studios to host TNA TV tapings in June

TNA

Impact tapings are returning to Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida, in June starting with the live Slammiversary pay-per-view with four back-to-back TV tapings. After TNA holds their yearly June PPV show on June 12, tapings will commence the next day where two episodes per day will be held through Wednesday, June 15. Tapings will start at 6PM...

TNA loses Saturday morning Impact replay time slot on POP TV

Impact Wrestling

TNA Impact is now airing only once on POP TV after the network dropped the Saturday morning replay from its schedule permanently. Last month POP moved the Impact replay to Saturday morning from Tuesday night immediately following the original broadcast. The move was seen as another nail in the coffin for TNA although those in the company tried to...

Slammiversary 2016 to be held at Universal Studios again

Slammiversary

This year’s TNA Slammiversary will be held on Sunday, June 12 and once again TNA will get no gate money for the event as the show has been booked to take place at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. Universal Studios also played host to Slammiversary last year after a three year hiatus when TNA took the show on the road, going to Arlington...

TNA announces the signing of two new additions to the roster

TNA

TNA has announced the signing of two new members to their roster, Allysin Kay and Caleb Konley. Kay, who wrestles as Sienna, joins the Knockouts division and already was part of the Impact television tapings held last week. The Detroit native wrestled at several indy promotions and even traveled to Japan and Europe. Konley, from North Carolina...

Impact rating for 04/26/2016

Impact Wrestling

This week’s Impact which had the old Sacrifice PPV theme drew a total of 332,000 viewers, up 20,000 viewers from the previous week. This is the third week in a row that TNA saw an increase in viewership. The number also represents the second most-watched Impact since the show moved to POP back in January. (Ratings credit: Showbuzzdaily.com)

Velvet Sky departs TNA Wrestling

Velvet Sky

Velvet Sky has chose to leave TNA Wrestling nearly after a decade with the company. Sky, who is the real-life girlfriend of Bubba Ray Dudley, announced her departure on Twitter. “For the last almost 10 years I have been with a company who saw potential in me and gave me the one thing I strived for the most comping up in this business, a...

Christy Hemme departs TNA Wrestling

Christy Hemme

Another TNA Knockout, Christy Hemme, has decided to part ways from the company, announcing her departure earlier today in a post on her social media accounts. “SO THANKFUL for wrestling and @IMPACTWRESTLING especially @JohnGaburick for the inspiration toward my future,” Hemme wrote. The 35 year old has been working for TNA since 2006, first...

TNA to have 4 days of Impact TV tapings starting today

TNA

TNA will start four days straight of television tapings today at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida at Soundstage 20. Two Impact episodes per day will be taped which will see TNA have enough episodes to last for two months. All tapings will kick off at 7PM ET and they’re free for those who are already inside the Universal Studios theme...

Impact rating for 04/19/2016

Impact Wrestling

Yesterday’s episode of Impact on Pop had a nice bump from the previous week, drawing 312,000 viewers for a show headlined with Jeff vs Matt Hardy. That is up 26,000 viewers up over last week’s number. (Ratings credit: Showbuzzdaily.com)

More info on the potential TNA takeover by Aroluxe

Dixie Carter

In addition to Wrestling Observer’s report earlier today regarding the sale of TNA, PWInsider.com added more details to the story, a story which might spell the end of Dixie Carter’s reign in TNA. The agreement between TNA and the Tennessee-based company Aroluxe started in January of this year with Aroluxe pumping in the money for TNA...

Tennessee company rumored to purchase big stake in TNA

TNA

The rumors floating around are that TNA Wrestling is just about to sell a stake to Aroluxe, a web development, advertising agency, and marketing consultants company based out of Brentwood, Tennessee. Two of the executives of Aroluxe are Ron and Don Harris, the former WWE, WCW, and TNA tag team. The unclear question is if this sale will be a...

Impact rating for 04/12/2016

Impact Wrestling

Impact on POP did 286,000 viewers this week, up from last week’s 272,000 number. Impact lost its Tuesday night replay this week, a replay which led to an additional good number of extra viewers. It will be replayed every week on Saturday morning.

POP TV removes the Tuesday night replay of Impact

Impact Wrestling

Just three months after making their debut on POP TV, TNA Wrestling has already lost its Tuesday night replay on the network. Despite POP being in much more homes than Destination America, TNA seemed to have reached its limit of around 350,000 viewers or less every week with no real advancement in viewers, something that the company hoped to...

TNA moving corporate headquarters to merchandise warehouse

TNA

Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com is reporting that TNA is moving their headquarters next month to a warehouse where ShopTNA.com is based. The cost-cutting move will see TNA move out from their offices at Cummins Station, a location which has been the corporate home of TNA since Panda Energy took over the company from the Jarrett family. PWInsider...

Impact rating for 03/29/2016

Impact Wrestling

This week’s episode of Impact on POP drew 312,000 viewers, down slightly from last week’s 332,000 number. It’s still better than what the show has been doing over the past few weeks so it’s somewhat good news for TNA. (Ratings credit: Showbuzzdaily.com)