Impact Wrestling News
It’s a renaissance time for the independent wrestling promotion that used to be known as Total Nonstop Action (TNA). They’ve taken a page out of their former rival WWE‘s book.
The promotion has cultivated a community on social media, notably Twitch, that’s growing its audience on a regular basis. Their flagship two-hour show is now streaming on the platform weekly and has become one of the most popular alternatives to WWE.
Having an impressive roster of talent on their roster and having the ability to keep the stars on their cards is a key part of the success of Impact. The company has had a lot of high profile talents come to them recently and it’s been a great thing for the promotion.
Invictus Khash will get his chance to stand out in the crowded Terminus 2 card that’s scheduled for Thursday. The Iranian-born pro wrestler is going to face Adam Priest on the FITE TV card and he’s excited about the challenge ahead of him.
Scott D’Amore has made it clear that he’s the head honcho in this company and he’s doing everything possible to make sure his fans have the best product out there. He’s made it a priority to hire top talent like Matt Cardona and Steve Maclin, so there’s no doubt that 2023 will be another big year for the company.
The Rock is set to make his first non-WWE appearance this month.