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Tna has announced a brand new, second program that they will run on their new home of Destination America. Beginning on Saturday, January 17 at 10/9c Tna will officially start Impact Wrestling: Unlocked.
The weekly series will be hosted by “The Professor” Mike Tenay and will take a look back at that week’s episode of Impact but will feature exclusive content and never before seen footage. The exclusive footage will give the fans a chance to dive deeper into the personal lives of all the Tna talent. The matches that air during the program will feature intriguing match facts and stats popping up. Every week they will reveal a power rankings, ranking the Top 5 Heavyweights in the company.
Here is what host Mike Tenay had to say about the new show:
“Fans are constantly asking me what goes on behind the scenes”……”The appetite is strong for interesting »
- Noah Chipley
Summer is almost over, and we’re headed into the cold, cruel fall. That means kids are back in school, the leaves are turning colors, and WWE will soon surrender to Monday Night Football and air four months worth of mediocre programming.
This week we said goodbye to our good pal Robert Van Dam for now (which former world champ will now take his place of losing lackluster four minute matches?), saw Slater Gator and Los Matadores somehow escape the dungeon of Main Event to compete on Raw, and watched The Ascension win their 759th squash match on Nxt. If only there was some sort of Network out there where I could watch more of this!
This week’s nitpick: Ethan Carter did Sting’s trademark “woo”, then performed a Stinger Splash onto Rhino into the corner. He was clearly mocking his old opponent/WWE’s favorite tease. »
- Andrew Soucek
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