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TNA Bringing Back the Six-Sided Ring?

– The seating chart for the TNA Impact Wrestling World Tour live event on September 17th, 2015 at the Kansas Expocentre in Topeka, KS reveals a ramp leading up to a six-sided ring instead of the four-sided ring.

This could be an indication that the six-sided ring may be making a return to TNA. You can check out the chart in the photo posted below:

TNA Seating Chart with Six sided Ring

  • CC

    exactly. how many times have promoters or ticket companies advertised shows with wrestlers who are no longer with the company, purely because they are too lazy to actually use anything other than stock info.
    Remember when we have seen stories like “Batista advertised for live WWE event” when he had been gone from the company 6 months or more.

  • jgdjgdklj

    wow.. jumping the gun much? I’m pretty sure they just never updated the seating layout since that ring was in use.

  • rabid

    Seems like there goin back to tna and not wcw light which is all the bisch did and tjats what they need to do be true to themselves bc that what’s best for them get the x division back to what it was use hardy anderson bully sting and angle to enhance everyone else and don’t rely on there namepower for ratings

  • Johhny

    thats all the more reason to go

  • millerj265

    Exactly, it could be a wrong move or a right move, but regardless of that I hope they don’t think bringing it back is the sole solution to there many problems.

  • JohnCena33

    You have not posted in a while, but I agree. The six sided ring being brought back is a step in the right direction, but not the answer to all of there problems.


    Somebody called it a circus ring once and that’s when Hogan announced it was leaving. I think tna has fallen victim to what I fear will happen to wwe. They didn’t devolpe more stars. Wwe has the money so it can stay afloat on it’s own no matter what happens for a time but tna only has Jeff jarrets money and maybe a few other investors. Double j was awesome for doing what he did with what I dnt see as a lot of money on his part unless he invested well like jbl

  • millerj265

    And I can see where there coming from considering they have all been trained in a traditional ring and worked the majority of there careers in one.

  • millerj265

    Idk if this is the answer to there problem, it didn’t do much for them after the initial excitement of the ring wore off. It may help at first in bringing back some fans who have left, but after that they need to completely go in a different direction to keep those returning fans and build up a new fan base as well. If they can generate a buzz off bringing it back and then build a new fan base by changing there direction, and stop with there over booked whacky finishes to ever single match, then they might be able to come out of this with some new fans and a new lease on life going into 2014 and beyond.


    yep They called it confusing and out of place.

  • millerj265

    Exactly. Idk if anything can save TNA, but bring back the 6 sided ring isn’t it. Plus most of the wrestlers have stated they didn’t much care for working in that ring anyways.


    Nun can help this company. It was cool when it first started. Six sided ring blah that’s why they got rid of it. At first I was like hmm this is different but after seeing it and it leaving it shouldn’t come back to bad they dnt have Ted Turners money


    2014 more likely

  • Jeff

    If you look at the TNA live events listed on ticketmasters website, the Kansas event is the only event with a six sided ring. So it is probably a special PPV or a screw up.

  • Tom

    I wouldn’t buy a ticket to see a company that may not be here in 2015

  • Diz

    I think it’s easier for them cause they can ship the ring and set it up early since they’re not using it at the moment.

  • Shawn Bronald

    Guess this means bye-bye Hogan and possibly Bischoff?

  • JohnCena33

    Thank You, TNA is actually doing something right. In order to be successful in business you HAVE to differentiate yourself from the competition. A six sided ring, more of the “hardcore” (steel cage, tables, ladder, king of the mountain) matches on IMPACT, staying in the IMPACT zone shooting live, getting rid of Hogan and resigning guys like AJ and Joe is in my opinion what TNA needs to do in order to stay in business.