- TNA Wrestling President Dixie Carter announced Monday on Twitter that Impact Wrestling will continue to air live on Spike TV through September.
PWInsider.com reports that Impact Wrestling is scheduled to remain live through September 27. The program was originally scheduled to return to its former taped format at the beginning of September. Officials from TNA Wrestling and Spike TV have discussed continuing the live weekly broadcasts beyond September.
– TNA Wrestling has launched a website promoting Bound For Glory at www.tnabfg.com. The annual pay-per-view event takes place Sunday, October 14 at the Grand Canyon University Arena in Phoenix, Arizona. The show will be the first TNA Wrestling event to take place in the state of Arizona.
The website includes ticket information for the event, plus links to attend the Hall Of Fame ceremony featuring Sting, the annual InterAction Fanfest, plus exclusive Travel Packages.
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