Category - TNA

Bound For Glory 2014 on pay-per-view tonight

Bound For Glory

TNA will present Bound For Glory on pay-per-view tonight, on tape delay since the show was held in Tokyo, Japan, at the Korakuen Hall. The full card is as follows: Samoa Joe vs Low Ki vs Kaz Hayashi in a three-way match for the TNA X Division title; Havok vs Velvet Sky for the Knockouts title; The Great Muta and Tajiri vs James Storm and The Great...

No TNA World title match at Bound For Glory in Japan

Bound For Glory

There are eight matches scheduled for this weekend’s Bound For Glory pay-per-view however the TNA World title will not be defended and there are only two title matches on the card. Bound For Glory is TNA’s biggest pay-per-view of the year and the company usually gives it importance just as much as WWE gives to WrestleMania, although obviously...

TNA announces new television deals in Malaysia and Singapore

TNA

TNA today announced that it has signed new television deals in Malaysia and Singapore. Impact Wrestling and Xplosion will be airing on Channel 111, SingTel mil Sports 1, in Singapore with Impact airing on Wednesdays at 10PM and Xplosion on Fridays at 11PM. Xplosion will also air on TV9 in Malaysia every Monday night at 11PM. TNA President Dixie...

Kurt Angle says new deal with new company to start in January

Kurt Angle

During an interview with AlternativeNation.com, TNA Hall of Famer Kurt Angle again refused to say where he’s going next, only saying he’s going to sign for one year as he thinks he’s done wrestling-wise after that. Angle said that he won’t be at Bound For Glory due to contractual disputes although he’ll be on TNA television for the next...

First matches for Bound For Glory 2014 in Japan announced

Bound For Glory

Yesterday evening on Twitter, TNA Wrestling announced the first two matches for the upcoming Bound For Glory pay-per-view which will take place from Tokyo, Japan. The first match announced was The Great Muta and Tajiri teaming up to take on Sanada and James Storm while the second one was Samoa Joe vs Low Ki vs Kaz Hayashi for the X Division...

Brooke Adams and Robbie E on The Amazing Race starting tonight

Brooke Adams

The 25th season of the popular CBS reality TV show The Amazing Race kicks off tonight and it might be of an interest for wrestling fans as TNA’s Brooke Adams and Robbie E. are part of the cast. Known as #TheWrestlers on the show, Brooke and Robbie are the first wrestling tag team to run the race around the world which was filmed a couple of...

Josh Mathews starts working for TNA

joshmathews

Judging by his tweets over the past day, former WWE announcer Josh Mathews has started working for TNA Wrestling. “Tom Petty in Nashville. My boss is better than your boss. Oh yeah, I tweet again,“ tweeted Mathews, his first tweet since June 21. Mathews answered some TNA-related questions from fans and when someone mentioned that he could...

TNA takes a shot at WWE on Twitter after Night of Champions

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TNA took a shot at WWE yesterday on Twitter after the conclusion of the Night of Champions pay-per-view. “While we like the #iPhone6, @SamsungMobileUS is also great,” the tweet said. “Angry with #WWENOC? You have options too. #ImpactOnSpike Wednesdays at 9/8c” The tweet, which as you can see also used the popular #WWENOC hashtag for search...

Major upset at TNA Impact tapings, spoilers ahead

TNA

Fans attending yesterday’s TNA Impact tapings in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, got a nice surprise as the company delivered a big surprise which will air next month on Spike. If you are not interested in spoilers, we suggest you stop reading and close this because we will definitely spoil you the surprise! The main event of one of the upcoming Impact...

Brodus Clay shows up at TNA tapings in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

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There was a surprise appearance at yesterday’s TNA Impact tapings in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and that came in the form of the man formerly known as Brodus Clay. The former WWE Superstar was released from the company in June of this year after a three year run as The Funkasaurus. He previously wrestled in the WWE as part of the fourth season of...

Dixie Carter talks TNA in-depth with Grantland.com

Dixie Carter

TNA President Dixie Carter sat down with Grantland.com to discuss a variety of subjects concerning TNA in a revealing interview. Carter acknowledged that this year – while the company is profitable (!) – was pretty much horrible with live events and ratings down and big, influential Superstars and backstage people leaving the company...

TNA back taping Impact shows tonight in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Impact

TNA Superstars and crew will be calling the Sands Bethlehem Event Center in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, their home for the next three days as the company begins production on several Impact tapings tonight. TNA will be doing up to six weeks of tapings over the next three days with these particular episodes airing on television in October. Taping...

Kurt Angle to make announcement on his future in two weeks

Kurt Angle

Making an appearance on Ring Rust Radio, TNA Hall of Famer Kurt Angle announced that he would be making an announcement about his future in two weeks time. The former TNA and WWE champion said that he can’t say where he’s going as he wants to make it public when the company announces it, but he’s doing “the right thing for me and my...

Spike TV fires back at Vince Russo over TNA comments

TNA

Vince Russo recently ripped on Spike TV for being a bad partner for TNA in an interview he did with Pro Wrestling Report. Calling them “atrocious,” Russo said that he doesn’t know why TNA would want to partner up with Spike as they know nothing about the wrestling business. He went as far as saying that TNA will never grow as a company as...

Lashley and Hardy not currently advertised for Bound For Glory

Bound For Glory

TNA issued a press release to announce that tickets for their Bound For Glory pay-per-view will go on sale this weekend at the Korakuen Hall Box Office during the scheduled show from Wrestle-1. The company also announced the first names of TNA Superstars who would be traveling to the Land of the Rising Sun for the pay-per-view which currently...

TNA switches non-televised events to PPV and Impact tapings

Impact

The three TNA non-televised live events advertised for September 5, 6, and 7, are now television and PPV tapings, a change that was made after it was announced yesterday that Spike TV extended TNA till the end of 2014. The September 5 event in Charlottesville, Virginia, is now listed as a One Night Only pay-per-view taping with Turning Point. This...