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- As seen, Eric Young won the TNA World Heavyweight Title from Magnus on last night's episode of Impact Wrestling from Orlando. Young won a Gauntlet Match earlier in the night to become the new #1 contender and instead of getting his title shot at Sacrifice, he demanded it for the main event.
  • Talesgirl015

    Dixie Carter, already told Sports illustrated TNA has remained profitable for past 4 years

  • Talesgirl015

    Sinking ship that has remained profitable for the past 4 years

  • Talesgirl015

    When u compare EY story and Bryan story, two different stories.

    The Authority (MVP) is on EY side, was the one to give him his title shot.. Magnus turned on Dixie days after Lockdown and claim he didn’t need her or EC3..

  • Stumpy

    They need to bring back the 6 sided ring. That’s what made them unique from the start. It was a different experience seeing the wrestlers navigate that ring. When they changed it to the square, TNA lost some of its draw.

  • gladtoseebeckgo

    TNA is a sinking ship, I guess we’ll be seeing Jeff’s new promotion sooner than later.

  • Shawn Bronald

    The sad thing is, TNA actually has a LOT of great talent, but terrible, terrible writers. We get it, you want to be WWE Lite, but why be so obvious? It used to be funny to poke fun at your competition, but to copy their storylines almost to a ‘T’? Damn! If TNA would just be TNA, they’d have a lot more fans. They should just hit the reset button and build upon what made them successful so many years ago. If they continue to try and emulate WWE, they won’t last much longer. Look at how well it worked for WCW.

  • slick johnson

    You clearly have no idea what you are talking about nxt is actually a more fun version of tna

  • TNAareHacks

    Just there way of doing their own YES Movement by having a guy with a beard wiin it lol.

  • Avirex

    Eric Young is better than NXT alone.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    Jesus, NXT has a way better production quality than TNA