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TNA Cancels Two Events Scheduled In August, Video On Demand Service Stopped, Impact

– TNA 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 become temporarily unavailable as of Friday, August 2, due to a major transition. The message reads, “In the coming weeks and months, we will be making several changes and additions to our online Video Distribution services. TNAOnDemandcom is in the process of a major transition. As a result, the service will become unavailable.

“We thank you for your subscription to TNAOnDemand and apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We are already in the process of issuing refunds to subscribers – all refunds will be completed by this Friday, August 2nd.

“You will also receive another email with a special discount code towards your next order at ShopTNA.

“In the meantime, we invite you to watch TNA videos and archives on our YouTube channel as well as iTunes, Xbox and Playstation. Thank you for your continued support of TNA and IMPACT WRESTLING.”

– A Champion vs. Champion match is scheduled for Thursday night’s episode of Impact Wrestling 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.


  • Patrick Keith Robinson

    I’m sorry their problems continue. I was at a live event last week and had as good a time as any event I’ve attended in the last 40 years as a wrestling fan. The wrestlers and staff did everything to make it fun for the fans. I hope they survive.

  • Solid

    Vince probably has a cheque in his wallet for $5 for when the day comes. 😛

  • StocktonJoe

    I think this finally IS the beginning of the end. I suspect “Video on Demand” and “Classics on Demand” are the least expensive ways to distribute their product. The product is already produced, so there are no more expenses to be incurred. Distribution SHOULD be done as a percentage of product sold. If distributors are demanding a flat fee up front for distribution, it’s because they believe/know that nobody’s buying.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    That company is a sinking ship