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TNA Impact has partnered up with The Fight Network

Since leaving Destination America, TNA Wrestling has found a comfortable home in Pop TV. The #ImpactOnPop promotion has resulted in rave reviews, and the companies rise in younger talent may have something to do with it. Impact Wrestling is looking to increase their viewership, and they may have just found a way. Thanks to information from the official press release, TNA has partnered up with The Fight Network.


This summer, thousands of fans will gain access to all things TNA, thanks to The Fight Networks over-the-top (OTT) app. Fight Network and TNA will help each other by producing on demand digital content of the wrestling company. The OTT app is available for those who have Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Verizon Go90, Layer3 and KlowdTV.

TNA President Dixie Carter discussed the new deal in the previously mentioned press release. She stated:

“Our enhanced partnership with Fight Network to deliver new and archived content through linear and over-the-top platforms, as well as to bring TNA programming to new and emerging markets around the world, is a significant step in the execution of TNA’s strategic plan. Fans are hungry for easily accessible content they can view on demand, and come this summer, the action of TNA IMPACT WRESTLING will be more available than ever.”

The Fight Network is the world’s premier combat sports network. They currently air TNA programming in Canada, including TNA Impact, TNA Wrestling’s Greatest Matches and TNA Xplosion. Another means of exposure for TNA is great, as it provides their talent with more ways to entertain their fans. It could also mean a rise in ratings if the fans like what they see.

Once considered by many to be down on their luck, TNA is looking to prove doubters wrong by becoming a powerhouse. Impact Wrestling has scored another win both in and outside the ring.

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