TNA Impact Wrestling returns to Universal Studios Orlando for a live Pop TV broadcast and Pop TV tapings March 15-19.
The Stars and Knockouts of Impact Wrestling will invade Sound Stage 20 on the backlot for five days of televised events, including the flagship IMPACT WRESTLING, Xplosion and One Night Only.
A live broadcast of Impact Wrestling on Pop is Tuesday, March 15.
Shows each night begin at 7 ET. Doors open at 6 p.m. ET.
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A special matinee show will occur Thursday, March 17 at 1 p.m. ET.
Doors for the matinee will open at Noon ET.
Admission is free.
A limited number of VIP experiences are available for $99 at
Each VIP Experience includes a VIP credential, premium seating, commemorative event poster and a nightly meet-and-greet photo and autograph session with a select Impact Wrestling Star or Knockout.
Impact Wrestling features a diverse roster of professional athletes and entertainers including Jeff and Matt Hardy, Ethan Carter III (EC3), Bobby Lashley, Drew Galloway, Eric Young, Bobby Roode, James Storm, the best female wrestlers in the world – the TNA Knockouts – led by Gail Kim, as well as the high-flying X-Division, including Tigre Uno.
- About TNA Entertainment, LLC
TNA Entertainment, LLC, is a privately held sports entertainment company represented by United Talent Agency and based in Nashville, Tenn., specializing 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, Matt Hardy, Ethan Carter III, Bobby Lashley, Eric Young, Bobby Roode, James Storm, Gail Kim and the lovely and lethal Knockouts, and the high-flying X Division through its highly successful flagship program IMPACT WRESTLING, which airs on Pop Tuesdays at 9e/p in the United States and is broadcast in 14 languages in more than 120 countries around the world.
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