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TNA returning to pay-per-view after 8 months with Slammiversary

After an absence of eight months, TNA wrestling will be returning to pay-per-view for Slammiversary, announced for Sunday, June 28.

The event is booked to take place at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida, and it will be the first live pay-per-view for TNA since the Bound For Glory show in Japan.

Bound For Glory was “different” from previous pay-per-views and featured collaboration from Wrestle-1. TNA had already taped Impact episodes past the pay-per-view and created some weird situations with title belts for those who had already read the spoilers or attended the tapings.

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