Impact Wrestling Tag

- TNA Wrestling has released the promotional poster for No Surrender, which takes place September 9, 2012 at the Impact Wrestling Zone in Orlando, Florida. The twelve wrestlers participating in the “Bound For Glory” series are featured on the poster: AJ Styles, Bully Ray, Christopher Daniels, D’Angelo Dinero, James Storm, Jeff Hardy, Kurt Angle, Magnus, Mr. Anderson, Rob Van Dam, Robbie E and Samoa Joe. – Sam Shaw has been added to TNA’s roster index on after being awarded a contract last week on Impact Wrestling in the “GutRead More
- Impact Wrestling senior official Earl Hebner posted an inappropriate message on his Twitter account Thursday night—likely meant as a private message to a user he is following. The message stated, “I Will take ur blow j when u are ready 2 give it 2 me.” Though the post was hastily deleted, it was noted by multiple users on the website. – Chavo Guerrero spoke out after being attacked by Gunner and Kid Kash on Thursday’s Impact Wrestling broadcast on Spike TV. – Despite her departure from TNA Wrestling inRead More
- Spike TV indicated Wednesday that there have been talks of maintaining Impact Wrestling as a live program on Thursday nights once its scheduled run concludes at the end of the summer. If no commitment is made, TNA will resume taping the program on a bi-weekly basis. – Chris Mordetzky, formerly known as Chris Masters in WWE, posted a message on Twitter promoting tonight’s live Impact Wrestling broadcast: “Make sure u check out @IMPACTWRESTLING tonight!” Masters has been campaigning for a roster spot in the promotion after competing in aRead More
- Matt Morgan continues to suggest via Twitter that he will not return to TNA Wrestling after reportedly fulfilling his contractual obligations with the organization last month. When asked when he will return to Impact Wrestling, he replied, “I’d say somewhere in between NEVER and EVER.” He then responded “sooner vs. later” in regards to appearing on any television show again. In response to a potential return to WWE, he once again wrote, “Tick-Tock…..” – Lending credence to rumors of Velvet Sky’s apparent departure from TNA Wrestling, all references toRead More

Posted On July 25, 2012By Owen PattersonIn News

Matt Morgan Continues To Tease WWE Return

Matt Morgan continues to hint on his Twitter account of the possibilities of a WWE return. When asked by a fan on Twitter when he would be back on Impact Wrestling, Morgan replied, “id say somewhere in between NEVER and EVER. Appreciate ur support though!” When he was later asked if would be returning to WWE, Morgan wrote, “Tick-Tock…..” Morgan was first introduced to WWE when he entered as part of its Tough Enough II program but left the show early due to an injury. In April 2002, Morgan signedRead More
- Lending confusion to Velvet Sky’s contractual status with TNA Wrestling amidst rumors that her tenure is drawing near, the popular female wrestler’s profile was removed from their roster index Wednesday before being placed back after news spread online. Though she remains listed as a member of the active roster, another online sign would confirm that she is no longer affiliated with the organization. Sky is advertised to appear on iPPV for Pro Wrestling Syndicate on September 14—event taking place at the Rahway Recreation Center in Rahway, New Jersey. ThoughRead More
- Sources within TNA Wrestling have confirmed that Bully Ray and Devon’s respective contracts with the organization will expire in four to five weeks. Both wrestlers have been negotiating new contracts with management but no movement has been made towards agreements being reached. Bully Ray underwent an incredible career resurgence after retooling his character following the split of Team 3D in late 2010. Likewise, Devon underwent a career rebirth following the split and now reigns as Television Champion. Both assist young talent, with Bully Ray working behind the scenes asRead More
- TNA Women’s Knockout Champion Miss Tessmacher, who appeared for WWE in 2007, clarified comments she made concerning her former employer this week in regards to its utilization of female talent. When asked on Facebook whether she would ever return to the organization, she wrote, “Why would I want to go back to wwe where they have 3 min matches that typically have no meaning. The women aren’t utilized to the potential they bring. They aren’t cared about or a priority.” She now says, “Let me clear this up. MyRead More
- Twelve-time world champion and Olympic gold medalist Kurt Angle, 43, wed his girlfriend of two years, actress Giovanna Yannotti, 25, Friday. It is his second marriage after divorcing Karen Smedley, now known as Karen Jarrett, in 2008. He also announced big news. “I’m Married! Kyra Kody Giuliana @ Guess What? We’re Due to Have Another Baby. Life is Awesome!” Angle tweeted. The couple already have one child together; on January 22, 2011, Yannotti gave birth to a daughter named Giuliana Marie Angle. – A “Bound For Glory Series” matchRead More

Posted On July 21, 2012By StaffIn News

Thursday’s Impact Wrestling Viewers Up From Last Week

Thursday’s edition of Impact Wrestling on Spike TV not rank in the Top 50 on cable TV for the second consecutive week. This is largely due to DirecTV viewers blacked out due to a dispute between DirecTV and Viacom. The estimated rating for Impact is in the 0.8 range, the official number for the show should be available early next week. Impact Wrestling garnered 1.316 million viewers, according to TV By The Numbers. This is up almost 19% from last week’s show, which reached a two-year-low.Read More
Nick Dinsmore, who appeared as the beloved character Eugene for WWE for several years, competed in a dark match prior to Thursday’s live Impact Wrestling broadcast on Spike TV. Under the Nick Dinsmore name, he lost to TNA Wrestling veteran talent Kazarian. Dinsmore has ties to TNA as he works as a trainer and wrestler for developmental promotion Ohio Valley Wrestling and also appeared as the character “Dr. Nicholas Dinsmore” for their Indian-based satellite promotion Ring Ka King last year. Dinsmore’s appearance comes days after he “stood up for WWE”Read More
Thursday on Impact Wrestling, a mysterious group of six masked men known as “The Aces and Eights” intervened on three occasions—at least four are former WWE wrestlers. The Bound for Glory series points leader “Cowboy” James Storm called out Kurt Angle in the evening’s first match on Open Fight Night. Angle, however, never surfaced; instead he was left laying on the floor backstage after a vicious attack from the gang. Midway through the show, TNA “Gut Check” contestant Sam Shaw was beat down during his pre-tryout match interview with JeremyRead More
- Jesse Sorensen appeared at Destination X on July 8 to address his neck injury and hope that Zema Ion captures the vacant TNA X Division Championship so he can take the title away from him. He then vowed to reign as X Division Champion at next year’s Destination X pay-per-view event and cash in the title to become the TNA World Heavyweight Champion. Despite the angle being put in gear, Sorensen’s return to the squared circle remains indefinite as it could take place anywhere from three to ten monthsRead More
- More female talent changes within the ranks of major league wrestling could be in the works as two unnamed women wrestlers are rumored to have requested their releases from TNA Wrestling this week. The official Twitter feed of female independent women’s wrestling promotion Women Superstars Uncensored wrote Thursday afternoon, “Hearing rumors two knockouts asked for their releases today….” The account added, “Getting calls from people at TNA tonite, a lot of contracts are expiring. TNA wants to put them on pay-per deals and kill weekly contracts for some. IRead More
- Rosita, who has not appeared on Impact Wrestling since April 17, says she is still affiliated with TNA Wrestling despite her lengthy absence. “For those who keep asking, YES I am still with iMPACT Wrestling,” she wrote on Twitter. “And don’t you worry, I plan on returning and making an IMPACT ‪#nevergiveup‬.” – Chris Masters was asked via Twitter whether he is joining TNA Wrestling after participating in a dark match prior to the June 14 Impact Wrestling broadcast. He responded, “Ask [Dixie Carter]. She said she would beRead More
Ring of Honor World Tag Team Champion Kenny King competed in a match on last Thursday’s episode of Impact Wrestling, defeating Lars Only to qualify for the TNA X Division Championship tournament at Destination X. Although his contract with Ring of Honor had expired on June 24, 2012, a verbal agreement stipulated that he would not be permitted to appear for other wrestling promotions in the meantime. Subsequently, ROH categorized King’s appearance as an unacceptable “breach of his verbal agreement” and severed ties with him. He has issued a statementRead More
Promoting tonight’s TNA Destination X pay-per-view, Christopher Daniels spoke to Scott Fishman of The Miami Herald to discuss his current role in TNA Wrestling, wrestling AJ Styles, the Claire Lynch storyline, Austin Aries and more. Highlights from the article are as follows: Appearing on live episodes of Impact Wrestling: “For me personally, the fact that we are live, and that they have put me in the final segment the last couple of times, it’s a lot of pressure. It’s good pressure. It’s something I look forward to and something IRead More
- has announced that tonight’s scheduled TNA Women’s Knockout Championship Match between Miss Tessmacher and Gail Kim has been rescheduled for next week’s episode of Impact Wrestling. The reason for this is: “Gail Kim lodged a protest through her lawyer and upon further review of the contract, a clause was found preventing the title match from happening tonight! Gail’s lawyer had a clause hidden in the contract that required the former champion 8 days notice of her rematch.” Brooke Hogan has announced a replacement match for tonight—TNA Women’s KnockoutRead More
Hulk Hogan replied to a fan on Twitter saying that the Impact Zone “comes off as minor league” with agreement. The fan was complimenting Impact Wrestling and noted the “only problem.” The fan wrote to Hogan, “You guys have really stepped up your game. Great job. Only problem is the small ‘arena’ comes off as minor league. Major turnoff,” to which Hogan replied, “Yo brother you hit the nail on the head ,that is always the main topic when we talk to Dixie or Spike TV,still trying. HH”Read More