TNA’s Maximum Impact UK tour to be most “family-friendly” tour to date

TNA announced that the 2016 Maximum Impact Tour of the United Kingdom for January will be the most family-friendly tour to date.

The tour will feature family-friendly event timings and ticket packages, money off TNA merchandise and an all-new exclusive VIP Experience, as well as special giveaways and entertainment throughout the show itself.

“After every UK Tour, fans reach out on Twitter and Facebook to tell me exactly what they loved about the shows and any improvements they would like to see,” TNA President Dixie Carter said. “In direct response to that feedback, when we come back to Manchester, London and Birmingham in January 2016, there will be a lot more action outside of the ring leading up to and during the event!

Tickets go on general sale at 10am on Friday May 29 here and will cost from just £17.50 (£20 for London), plus venue fees. Special family packages discount the cost further.

In a further bonus for TNA’s most loyal fans, all those who buy any ticket before Sunday, June 7, will receive a code for 25% off full price TNA merchandise at tnaeurostore.com.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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