Impact Wrestling Live Events Canceled, TNA Getting Rid Of On Demand Service

Posted by Matt Boone July 30, 2013 3 Comments

- Wrestling has canceled two live events scheduled for next month in the Northwest. Shows scheduled for Yakima, Washington, on Friday, August 23 and Eugene, Oregon, on Saturday, August 24 are no longer listed on the company website’s touring schedule.

-TNA Wrestling issued an e-mail to subscribers on Tuesday stating that the video on demand service will no longer be offered as of Friday, August 2. Refunds will be given to subscribers.

-A Champion vs. Champion match is scheduled for Thursday night’s episode of as World Heavyweight Champion Chris Sabin will go one-on-one with X-Division Champion Manik. The program will also feature Bound For Glory Series matches selected by fans on Below is a video previewing the episode.

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  1. William Mcilwain
    - July 30, 2013
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    damn tna are getting cheap now what’s going on with them

  2. ariel
    - July 31, 2013
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    this company will be closed within the next year and half theres no money and its worthless they are paying out more then they are making even though they cut everything and cut down the roster. talent isn’t going to stay because nobody is making any money except for Hogan

  3. Kent White
    - August 20, 2013
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    Please let me know if and when TNA Impact Wrestling will be Coming to Eugene,Oregn at Mathew Knight Arena!

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