What are the best years of TNA?

TNA: 5 Best Years In The Company’s History (& 5 Worst)

  • 8 Best: 2006.
  • 7 Worst: 2003.
  • 6 Best: 2012.
  • 5 Worst: 2017.
  • 4 Best: 2009.
  • 3 Worst: 2010.
  • 2 Best: 2007.
  • 1 Worst: 2014.

Does TNA Impact still exist?

The show ceased airing new televised events after the edition of November 19 of Impact Wrestling, with the final episodes of 2014 being dedicated to Best of TNA clip shows, before resuming events on January 7, 2015 with a live show from The Manhattan Center’s Grand Ballroom in New York City.

When did TNA become impact?

In May 2004, TNA introduced its second weekly television program, Impact! (stylized as iMPACT!), produced at Soundstage 21, nicknamed the “Impact Zone”, at Universal Studios Florida and broadcast on Fox Sports Net.

Who is the best player in TNA?

#1 AJ Styles Kurt Angle may be arguably the best of all time, but AJ Styles still edges him out for being the best wrestler in TNA/Impact history.

When did TNA go downhill?

January 4th 2010
Towards the end of the year, of course Hogan and Eric announced they were coming to TNA. This was the moment TNA lost the magic. Off the back of a tremendous triple threat (Styles v Joe v Daniels) and a supernova hot series between Wolfe & Angle, TNA fell apart. January 4th 2010.

Is TNA Wrestling out of business?

The company ended up returning to Universal Studios in 2013, which is where it has stayed ever since. If any company hopes to compete with WWE, it has to visit every state so people can see their favorite Superstars live, and TNA just didn’t have the budget to sustain such a costly expense.

Who is the youngest impact world champion?

Tessa Blanchard
Impact World Championship

Longest reign Bobby Roode (1st reign, 256 days)
Shortest reign Josh Alexander (1st reign, 3 minutes)
Oldest champion Sting (52 years, 113 days)
Youngest champion Tessa Blanchard (24 years, 170 days)

Is Sting a Hall of Famer WWE?

Sting only wrestled a few matches during his run with WWE before he was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2016, and he also went into detail about why he was reluctant to be inducted. “I was reluctant to do it because I was still scheduled to work and wrestle.