Category - TNA

Additional details on the television deal between TNA and Pop

TNA

Ryan Satin from Pro Wrestling Sheet is reporting that TNA is not footing the bill for airtime on their new home Pop TV as it was being speculated. Rumors were that TNA paid Pop TV for the airtime with TNA then trying to get back their money by selling their own advertising that would air during the two hour Impact broadcast. Satin says that TNA...

Pop to become TNA Impact’s 4th home in 12 years

Impact Wrestling

With TNA’s move to Pop, the company has now been on four different networks since it started operating a weekly television series. TNA started on Fox Sports Net in 2004 before it moved to Spike TV in 2005. The 9 year relationship with Spike ended this year and TNA moved its flagship television program to Destination America, a largely unknown...

TNA moving to Pop TV from January 2016

TNA

TNA Wrestling will be leaving Destination America and will be debuting on Pop TV on January 5, 2016. The deal kicks off with a live two-hour broadcast and Impact will then start airing every Tuesdays at 9PM EST. “Wrestling has been a fan-fueled staple since the ’50s and continues to be some of the most watched, appointment-tune content in all...

Brooke Adams leaves TNA Wrestling

Brooke Adams

Former TNA Knockouts champion Brooke Adams posted a tweet yesterday with a photo of herself along with Gail Kim, Velvet Sky, Madison Rayne, Angelina Love, and Christy Hemme, pretty much announcing that she’s leaving TNA Wrestling. “I’m really going to miss these girls. Lots of laughs, cries, jokes, miles, fights, and love. #NextChapter...

Bobby Lashley’s MMA fight grabs Bellator’s biggest audience

Bobby Lashley

Former TNA champion and current MMA fighter Bobby Lashley has been Bellator’s biggest ratings grabber according to a report on MMAFighting.com. Noting the 814,000 viewers that tuned in to watch this past Saturday’s Bellator MMA event on Spike, MMAFighting.com says that the peak rating during the show came in for the Bobby Lashley vs James...

Kurt Angle posts photo with Booker T in Los Angeles

Kurt Angle

The speculation of who the mystery opponent for John Cena’s United States title is got hotter after earlier today, TNA Hall of Famer Kurt Angle posted a photo of his Instagram in Los Angeles along with WWE commentator Booker T. “Great catching up with my good friend Booker T in LA this weekend. Awesome memories,” Angle wrote, adding the...

TNA reinstates Bram after charges are dropped

Bram

TNA has reinstated Thomas Latimer, better known to fans as Bram, after he was suspended indefinitely this past August. A statement from TNA published by John Gaburick on his Twitter states that Bram is now immediately reinstated to his contract and the TNA roster following resolution of legal matters related to the domestic dispute charges brought...

TNA and Sony SIX announce three live events in India

TNA

TNA and Sony Six in India announced the first ever live international televised event from the country as well as a partnership with Dalip Singh, the man formerly known as The Great Khali, for a talent search to find the next Indian wrestling star. TNA will present three live events in Mumbai on December 2, 3, and 4, with the last show being a One...

TNA cancels upcoming Hardcore Halloween Tour live events

TNA

TNA has canceled the four scheduled live events which were set for later this month as part of the Hardcore Halloween Tour according to the Ticketmaster.com website. The October 29 show in Thibodaux, Louisiana, the October 30 show in New Orleans, Louisiana, the October 31 show in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and the November 1 show in Biloxi...

TNA to tape six Impact shows during UK tour

Impact Wrestling

TNA announced that they will hold six television tapings in the United Kingdom while on their Maximum Impact tour in the country in January 2016. The company will hold two television tapings per event, starting with Manchester on January 29, then London on January 30, and then Birmingham on January 31. TNA is short on television tapings and is...

Matt Hardy vacates the TNA title

TNA title

Just days after winning the TNA title at Bound For Glory, Matt Hardy has vacated the belt to continue the angle about Ethan Carter III filing and obtaining an injunction to prevent Matt and the title from appearing on TNA television. “Sometimes leaders have to make personal sacrifices for the greater good. EC3 has put myself, Jeff, TNA & TNA...

TNA stars to travel to India for media tour and announcement

TNA

TNA Wrestling and their Indian broadcast partner Sony SIX today announced that Ethan Carter III, Rebel, and India’s own Mahabali Shera, will travel to India later this month for an extensive international media tour and make a key announcement about TNA in the region. The trio will be accompanied by TNA’s Executive Vice President of Television...

Matt Hardy wins TNA World title for the first time

Matt Hardy

Matt Hardy won his first major singles title at yesterday’s Bound For Glory pay-per-view, defeating both the reigning champion EC3 and Drew Galloway to become the new TNA World Heavyweight champion. This is his second title in TNA having previously won the Tag Team titles with his brother Jeff. “For all the people that have supported &...

Bound For Glory 2015 pay-per-view results

Bound For Glory

Here are the results from last night’s Bound For Glory pay-per-view which took place live from the Cabarrus Arena and Events Center in Concord, North Carolina. Tigre Uno defeated Manik, DJ Z, and Andrew Everett in an Ultimate X match to retain the TNA X Division title; Tyrus defeated Abyss, Aiden O’Shea, Al Snow, Chris Melendez...

Bound For Glory 2015 live on pay-per-view tonight

Bound For Glory

Live tonight from the Cabarrus Arena and Events Center in Concord, North Carolina, TNA presents Bound For Glory on pay-per-view. The full card is as follows: Ethan Carter III vs Drew Galloway vs Matt Hardy in a three way match for the TNA title with Jeff Hardy as the special guest referee; Bobby Roode vs Lashley for the TNA King of the Mountain...

Earl Hebner to be inducted into the TNA Hall of Fame tonight

Earl Hebner

TNA referee will be getting inducted in the TNA Hall of Fame tonight during the non-televised live event in Salem, Virginia. With this induction, Hebner will become the first referee to enter a professional wrestling Hall of Fame and his 27 year career certainly deserves the honor. TNA Senior Producer Billy Corgran will induct Earl while Jeremy...