Impact Wrestling closed out Bound for Glory this year as they announced that TNA is returning in 2024. They are taking this seriously, and fans should expect a lot down the line.

Impact Wrestling revealed during the Bound for Glory pay-per-view event that they would be returning to the TNA brand beginning with the Hard to Kill PPV event in January. The TNA brand was originally launched by Jeff Jarrett in 2002 but faced criticism, leading to its disappearance in 2017.

In an interview with Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated, Scott D’Amore discussed his outlook for 2024 and shared his plans for product changes.

“We know we’re good at what we do, and we’re going to be a game-changer and a force in 2024. So stay tuned.”


Scott D’Amore also hyped the changes coming to TNA with the re-branding. Fans should be in for a faster show, with more disruption as well. This will also apparently bring in some new gimmick matches as they push the limits.

“You will see some changes to our shows. The pacing is going to be quicker, there will be a shakeup talentwise, and you’re going to see us disrupt and change wrestling. We’re going to push the limits, like we did with Ultimate X and King of the Mountain. That might mean, every once in a while, we sometimes fall on our face in a reverse battle royal, but hopefully not too often. We owe it to our fans to take chances.”

We will have to see how TNA is able to evolve after this. They certainly brought a lot of attention to themselves, and that momentum is good for them to have. That being said, they are not bringing back the six-sided ring at all. Fans shouldn’t expect to see that structure, but plenty of action will be on the way.

This is an exciting time for fans who remember TNA, as nostalgia is kicking in. Newer fans will also be in for a treat, and they may just find themselves watching some older footage to get a feel for what they should expect in 2024.

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