TNA Impact Wrestling’s Kurt Angle going One Direction


Olympic Gold Medalist and TNA Impact Wrestling superstar Kurt Angle will join members of the chart-topping, award-winning band One Direction on Saturday, Nov. 23, for the global 1D Day event.

Angle is among the star-studded cast of friends and heroes, including Simon Cowell, Piers Morgan, Celine Dion, Robbie Williams and The Muppets, to be featured during the seven-hour live stream, which fans can view and participate via the One Direction YouTube channel.

Like the members of One Direction, TNA superstars are adored by millions of fans across the globe, including in the band’s home of the UK. Angle, along with more than 20 other members of the Impact Wrestling roster, has been announced for the upcoming Maximum Impact UK Tour scheduled for January and February.

Follow Kurt Angle on twitter @RealKurtAngle for real-time updates about the 1D Day event.


TNA Entertainment, LLC is a privately held sports entertainment company based in Nashville that specializes in events, products, numerous TV properties, merchandise and music, as well as, the management and promotion of professional wrestlers.

The roster features such greats as Jeff Hardy, Kurt Angle, Sting, Magnus, James Storm, Bobby Roode, Austin Aries, Gail Kim, Christopher Daniels, Kazarian, Abyss, ODB and more.

TNA Impact Wrestling is 9 p.m. EST Thursdays on Spike TV. TNA also produces monthly PPV events and more than 100 live shows a year. The product is broadcast in more than 120 countries. For information, visit

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