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4 June 2004 (USA) See more »
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 (Series Cast Summary - 22 of 168)
Mike Tenay ... Himself / ... (37 episodes, 2004-2013)

Taryn Terrell ... Taryn Terrell / ... (36 episodes, 2012-2013)
Don West ... Himself (30 episodes, 2004-2008)
Allen Jones ... AJ Styles / ... (30 episodes, 2004-2013)
Jeff Jarrett ... Himself (26 episodes, 2004-2010)
Jeremy Borash ... Himself (25 episodes, 2004-2013)
Bobby Roode ... Himself (22 episodes, 2004-2013)
Chris Parks ... Abyss / ... (22 episodes, 2004-2013)
James Storm ... Himself / ... (21 episodes, 2004-2013)

Christopher Daniels ... Himself / ... (19 episodes, 2004-2013)
Charles Ashenoff ... Konnan (19 episodes, 2004-2006)
Petey Williams ... Himself (18 episodes, 2004-2008)

Frankie Kazarian ... Himself / ... (18 episodes, 2004-2013)
Joe Seanoa ... Himself / ... (18 episodes, 2005-2013)
Chris Harris ... Himself (17 episodes, 2004-2011)
Brian James ... Himself / ... (17 episodes, 2004-2007)
Josh Harter ... Himself / ... (17 episodes, 2004-2013)
Shawn Hernandez ... Himself / ... (17 episodes, 2004-2013)
Steve Borden ... Sting (16 episodes, 2006-2013)
Monty Brown ... Himself (15 episodes, 2004-2006)
Mark LoMonaco ... Brother Ray / ... (15 episodes, 2005-2013)
Christie Hemme ... Christy Hemme (15 episodes, 2006-2013)

Series Directed by
David Sahadi (1 episode, 2008)

Michael Vettor (unknown episodes, 2005)
Series Writing credits
Vince Russo (1 episode, 2006)

Bill Banks (unknown episodes)
Dutch Mantell (unknown episodes)

Series Produced by
Karl E. White .... producer (19 episodes, 2006-2009)

Bill Banks .... producer (unknown episodes)
Jeremy Borash .... producer (unknown episodes)
Dixie Carter .... co-executive producer (unknown episodes)
Simon L. Edwards .... producer (unknown episodes)
Jerry Jarrett .... executive producer (unknown episodes)
Jessie Ward .... producer (unknown episodes)
Series Original Music by
Shawn K. Clement (2 episodes, 2008)
Series Cinematography by
Jeremy Settles (1 episode, 2008)
Series Film Editing by
Dave Maguire (5 episodes, 2004)

Jessie Ward (unknown episodes)
Series Makeup Department
Tiahnna Tossi .... key makeup artist (318 episodes, 2004-2013)
Series Art Department
Javier Mayol .... stagehand (unknown episodes)
Series Sound Department
J. Seeman .... sound mixer (13 episodes, 2005-2010)
Andrew Tills .... sound recordist (13 episodes, 2012-2013)
Gregory Gray .... sound recordist (4 episodes, 2013)
Series Camera and Electrical Department
Andy Ussach .... camera utility (5 episodes, 2009-2011)

Tucker McFall .... assistant camera (unknown episodes, 2007)
Series Editorial Department
Dave Maguire .... on-line editor (16 episodes, 2004)
Series Other crew
David Frias .... production assistant (3 episodes, 2006)
Ryan Cimino .... audience coordinator (2 episodes, 2009)

Tim Welch .... director of media relations (unknown episodes)

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120 min
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10 out of 22 people found the following review useful.
Inconsistent, Needs More Depth, 31 August 2006
Author: CrassActionHero from United States

TNA Impact! Review: TNA arrived on the scene in 2002 as the new wrestling alternative. At first it was horrid. 50$ a month for Russo-era WCW booking and writing, TNA stunk. After showing idiot Russo the door, They got Dusty Rhodes. Dusty was not better and TNA still stunk. TNA fired Dusty and finally TNA got their asses in gear in the spring of 2005. TNA stripped TNA tyrant Jeff Jarrett of the title and actually gave others the run with the title and booking was effective. Better yet, the company was intent on pushing the youngsters and TNA was becoming a force. With Samoa Joe, The Fallen Angel, Abyss, Alex Shelly, Chris Sabin, Petey Williams, and many other wrestlers, TNA delivered some incredible PPVs in the summer and fall of 2005. That finally got TNA a TV deal. Then they gave the title back to Jarrett. TNA suddenly started to lag a little. Then they signed Christian, as a face. Not good. Christian sucks as a face. Then TNA did the worst and signed Sting. Sting has not done anything for TNA other than to put himself over. Selfish. TNA is now losing direction. With enormous talent on the roster, TNA has a lot to push. Alas, TNA a-hole Jarrett has reclaimed the title and sting is #2 around here. TNA can be a great division but, when double J has top billing, TNA is doomed. Sting isn't helping either. TNA needs to dump the dinosaurs and stick to pushing the talent. They can do it. Double J needs to get his head out of his ass first. Also the booker needs to push the future of TNA and not just his pals. Especially the ones who can't wrestle.

The Last Word: TNA was awesome in the summer and fall of 2005. TNA is now falling apart. Some matches are still good though. TNA also needs to branch out to other venues other than Orlando. Also, The TNA PPVs have no design. Looks just like another Impact taping than a PPV. TNA isn't bad, just has bad booking and ego maniacal old-timers. Hope 2007 is better than now.

Talent Roster, My take: Tag teams***

America's Most Wanted: Excellent tag team. From the look to the name, and are very talented workers. Should be booked as faces more often. Still, a great tag team.

The Naturals: Easily one of the best. Young and very experienced. The Naturals have a good look and give the tag team division something to enjoy. My pick for best of 2005.

Team 3D: Washed up. Brother Ray and Devon are living in the past. Still trying to cash in at the gimmick that Paul E. and Vinne Mac. made famous. Also 3D, even at their best, matches are mediocre. 3D also gets stale fast.

The James Ga..I mean the Voodoo Kin Mafia: First off, that name sucks. Second, we got two dinosaurs living in the past as well. They are not cool or fresh. The New Age Outlaws was their day. Now, It's a little sad. Also, what's with Kip's red hair??? Ick.

LAX: Great heel team. Lead by Konnan, LAX are a nasty group of people. Konnan has natural heel charisma. Like Jerry Lawler to Randy Orton, he comes of really unlikeable. That's good. Homicide and Hernandez are a good team. Konnan must be really banged up. He makes a good mouthpiece

Single wrestlers***

Sting: A known "icon". Sting as a stand alone wrestler was great. Everyone knows Sting. As of now, Sting should stay quiet. Having Sting say "It's Showtime!" is lame. Having Sting let his actions speak louder than his words, Cool. And let us forget about the Steve Borden crap.

Rhino: Still got it. Now the war machine, Rhino has led a path of destruction. He still got the attitude and intensity, more than ever. The booking of Rhino is great. Only flaw is that Rhino held the NWA title for TWO DAYS! The ultimate transitional champ. Next reign had better be much longer.

Christian: Although not as good as his previous days, Cage is still good at being a heel. He clearly is not as athletic as he used to be. He has a lame look, and has about 50% less charisma that he used to have in the WWE. The booking of Cage is much better here though. At least he isn't a joke.

Abyss: One of the best in TNA. Abyss is tough. Abyss would have been an excellent fit to the original ECW. He's got a cool look and has the same gimmick as WWE wrestler Kane(back when Kane was cool looking). TNA is booking Abyss correctly and all they really should NOT do is take his mask off. Abyss will be ruined if that happens.

Samoa Joe: Easily TNA's biggest success. Samoa Joe is despite his flabby appearance is TOUGH. Never has a guy this big been this MENACING. Unlike Goldberg, Samoa Joe WRESTLES his opponent to remain undefeated. From the Muscle Buster, to the rear naked choke, Joe is a wrestling machine in brutality and submission. Joe should remain undefeated for a long time. (Joe's streak is over to Kurt Angle at Genesis. So much for that.)

Petey Williams: All hail the Canadian Destroyer! Petey is awesome. With a cool look and lots of experience, Petey is a perfect fit in TNA. Did I mention The Canadian DESTROYER?! Possibly the best finisher of all time. I can watch that all day.

The Fallen Angel: Daniels is awesome. One of the most hardest workers in wrestling finally gets his credit where credit is due. Daniels also never gets stale and is hard to hate, even though he is an awesome heel. Daniels should get a title shot in the future.

Chris Sabin: Very Talented. Lousy haircut. His finisher is okay but nothing special. Sabin is however good for the business.

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