TNA Going Three Hours Every Week, Official Preview for Thursday’s Impact Wrestling

Posted by Matt Boone July 9, 2012 6 Comments

- TNA has announced that the three-hour block of programming will be happening every Thursday night, not just this week. Remind will begin airing at 7pm EST while Impact Wrestling hits the air at 8pm EST. Here’s the official preview for this Thursday:

Preview Thursday’s block of TNA IMPACT WRESTLING on SpikeTV

(Remember – watch the new “Rewind” broadcast starting at 7/6c, then IMPACT at the new time of 8/7c)

– Witness the aftermath of the “Destination X” Pay-Per-View event! NEW World Heavyweight Champion Austin Aries will be there! What will he have to say about his big win on Sunday night? How will former champion Bobby Roode react? Don’t miss it!

– Plus, the broadcast will feature the NEW X Division Champion, Zema Ion! Ion survived the X Division tournament and Ultimate X Match on Sunday night to claim the championship!

– In a huge Bound For Glory Series match on Thursday’s SpikeTV broadcast, Kurt Angle battles Mr. Anderson! Which superstar will pick up points in the ongoing competition for a shot at the World Title?

– The Knockouts Title will be on the line on Thursday as Miss Tessmacher defends the gold against former champion, Gail Kim

– Plus, Joseph Park goes to war with Bully Ray!

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    • 40 dawg

      The destination x ppv was very good but one thing bothered me, why spend the money bringing new x talent in if tna was just gonna give the strap to someone who was already in tna? Seems like a waste of money for tna and time for the wrestlers that got brought in( although they did get some exposure).

      • 40 dawg

        Oh and I say this cuz I think zema ion sucks.

        • MRNC

          Agreed! Kenny King is the face of the X Division!

        • chrissi

          I’m glad someone else finally thinks the same as me!!! Zema sucks

    • Papa G

      Destination X sounded awesome and I wish I had seen it. If TNA can keep their quality up and push the right talent in the right matches/feuds, they could become a force to be reckoned with over time. TNA will never be another WCW unless they get backed by some bigger money and a major network, but they could become a pain in the WWE’s ass nonetheless.

    • Irate Fan

      And here’s the latest of TNA copying WWE! LOL!!!

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