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Series cast summary:
 Jeff Jarrett 31 episodes, 2002-2003
Jerry Lynn ...
Mike Tenay ...
Don West ...
 Ron Killings / ... 28 episodes, 2002-2003
Sonny Siaki ...
Chris Harris ...
 Chris Harris 27 episodes, 2002-2003
James Storm ...
Jeremy Borash ...
 Jeremy Borash - Backstage Interviewer 26 episodes, 2002-2003
Moon Shadow ...
Kelly Wolfe ...
David Cash ...
Don Harris ...
 Brian Lawler / ... 19 episodes, 2002
Jorge Moraza ...
 Jorge Estrada 18 episodes, 2002
Jonathan Figueroa ...
 The Amazing Red 17 episodes, 2002-2003
Allan Funk ...
 Bruce / ... 16 episodes, 2002
Brian Harris ...
James Mitchell ...
 James Mitchell 15 episodes, 2002-2003
Elix Skipper ...
Ron Harris ...
Joseph James ...
 Bob Armstrong 14 episodes, 2002-2003
Joel Maximo ...
José Maximo ...
 José Maximo / ... 15 episodes, 2002-2003
Tony Salantri ...
 Tony Stradlin 14 episodes, 2002


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NWA: TNA will leave you wanting more.
26 September 2003 | by See all my reviews

I recently had the chance to attend the TNA tapings live. I have never seen such intensity in a two-hour Pay-Per-View. All of the matches were worked perfectly, and the crowd was into each one from start to finish. These athletes bust their asses just for the sake of entertainment. It's pretty obvious that they don't do it for money, because you really can't make much working TNA shows. (Sure, they sell a lot of tickets and their PPVs are ordered by many, but each person barely gets over 3k per month.)

TNA consists of many types of athletes, such as fresh new talents (Chris Sabin, Michael Shane, A.J. Styles) and veterans who have been in the business for years (Shane Douglas, Jerry Lynn, Raven). The PPVs have weekly X-Division matches which consist of high-flying and technical moves. These people really put their body on the line. I have never personally seen such non-stop action in my life. Even my parents (who have never been fans of wrestling) enjoyed it!

If you are having doubts about paying the tiny debt of $10 a week to order this, do it. It's really worth the money you're paying. Most of WWE's PPVs these days don't even come close to being worth $30. If you don't order this, you will miss a whole lot. If you want to see actual wrestling, order TNA. If you're tired of never-ending story lines and want to watch some actual wrestling, order TNA. Some weeks the matches might be a little off, but you will have spent your $10 in a good, entertaining way.

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