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Get ready for a heavy dose of wrestling action at the latest edition of TNA Slammiversary. All wrestling fans are sure to love this show as it is going to be packed with action and excitement. Tickets are sure to run out fast for this thrilling action packed event, so don't waste time and get your TNA Slammiversary tickets right now!
TNA Slammiversary is one of the pay per view events by Total Nonstop Action, a professional wrestling company. The show is usually held in the month of June. This is a very important month for TNA, because the first show in the company’s history was held on the 19th of June 2002,. After Bound for Glory, Slammiversary is the second most important pay per view of the year on the annual TNA calendar.
“Total Nonstop Action Wrestling,” better known by the acronym TNA is a wrestling organization from the United States that has its headquarters in Orlando. The company was founded in May of the year 2002 by Jerry and Jeff Jarrett. Currently majority of TNA shares are in the hands of "Panda Energy" with Dixie Carter being the owner and president of the company.
TNA is a limited liability company. Currently TNA along with the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) are the two major professional wrestling entities on the circuit. Their events are televised nationally and internationally. For this reason, TNA is considered the second most importance wrestling company in North American and among the most important in the world. The five TNA Triple Crown Champion are AJ Styles (4 times), Abyss, Kurt Angle, Samoa Joe and Austin Aries. In addition, there are also three TNA Grand Slam Champions: AJ Styles (2 times), Abyss and Samoa Joe.
Before finding a fixed space on the American television landscape, the TNA resorted to an unconventional technique to promote their shows: between June 2002 and September 2004, the organization sent weekly shows of two hours each solely and exclusively on pay -per-view. The prices were considerably lower than buying a monthly WWE pay-per-view. The number of viewers however, was very low. When in November 2004, TNA decided to broadcast the first three-hour pay-per-view on a monthly basis, the result in terms of the number of purchases was anything but exciting.
However, this way,TNA was able to keep the costs of production of each show low which was c a mistake. Different associations in the past had tried to do the same but were unable to give fans what they wanted and were forced to close after a few months due to debts and financial planning. Kevin Sullivan, head of TNA television, declared in an interview that he was ready with a new show, “TNA Epics.” TNA Epics lasted an hour and was shown on a weekly basis. It totally focused on matches, the rivalries and the most important events in history of the company since its inception in 2002 until the present day. Everything was presented with exclusive material and comments by current wrestling superstars on TNA’s roster. The last episode of TNA Epics was broadcasted on April 15th 2010.
The transmission of TNA iMPACT! (now Impact Wrestling ), debuted in late 2005 on the Spike TV network and was transmitted on Thursday nights in the United States. From March 8, 2010, it began to air every Monday to coincide with WWE RAW just like WCW had done in the past. This new war in the audience ended on May 13, 2010 when TNA once again went on air on Thursday.
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