TNA has made a deal with Premiere (German Pay-TV). They will air Impact in a 90-minute commercial free format and air the PPVs as well.
Although it isn’t being listed by TNA yet, a TNA House Show is scheduled for April 5 in Lincoln, Nebraska at the Pershing Center.
TNA has a new interview online with Knockout ODB on their official website. In it, ODB talks about breaking into the industry and the reception that she has gotten from the TNA fans since her debut. ODB credits Al Snow and Ohio Valley Wrestlingâ<80><99>s Danny Davis for helping her get where she is today. To read the full interview where she also discusses where the ODB name came from, visit TNAWrestling.com.
TNA has announced that tickets for their United Kingdom tour in June will go on sale on March 10th. The company will run on Friday, June 13th in Liverpool, on Saturday, June 14th in Coventry, and on Sunday, June 15th in Essex. This will be TNAâ<80><99>s first tour to the United Kingdom.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter is reporting that Booker T and Kurt Angle are pushing TNA officials to reach out to Bobby Lashley. While Lashley has been telling people that he wants to pursue a career in Mixed Martial Arts, there is a much better chance that he will end up in TNA Wrestling. According to Meltzer, Lashley will be free to do whatever he wants when WWE finishes paying on his contract in May.