Impact Wrestling announces the return of TNA (Total Nonstop Action)

TNA Wrestling

Impact Wrestling has announced it will return to its former name: TNA Wrestling.

The announcement was made Saturday night at the end of the Bound For Glory pay-per-view.

TNA will launch in 2024 with Hard To Kill on Saturday 13th January.

“We still hear the ‘TNA’ chants wherever we go,” said IMPACT Wrestling President Scott D’Amore.

“Fans have longed for TNA Wrestling, so that’s what we’re bringing back in 2024: TNA Wrestling, we’re back!”

TNA Wrestling launched in the summer of 2002 and has long been known as the most innovative professional wrestling company in the world.

It is known for its high-risk, action-packed X Division matches that have run with one simple motto: It’s not about weight limits, it’s about no limits.

Stars of the X Division have included Chris Sabin, with a record 10 title reigns; A.J. Styles, the first-ever champion; along with Jay Lethal, Samoa Joe, Christopher Daniels, Petey Williams, Frankie Kazarian and Trey Miguel, among others.

TNA is also the home of the prestigious Knockouts Division, widely regarded as the best women’s division in all professional wrestling.

The Knockouts Division features Trinity, Deonna Purrazzo, Mickie James, Jordynne Grace, Gisele Shaw, Masha Slamovich, KiLynn King, Jessicka and Courtney Rush, among others.

Legendary past Knockouts include Gail Kim, Awesome Kong, The Beautiful People, Taya Valkyrie, ODB, Tara, Traci Brooks and so many others.

Posted by Johnnie Larkin on Sunday 22 October 2023
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