TNA is in the middle of a revolution, as the company will no longer be known as Impact Wrestling going forward. Due to this, the company has been busy hiring fresh talent as a way to prepare for the future. The company also hyped up a huge announcement for next year’s Hard to Kill event.

TNA is set to return at the Hard to Kill event on January 13th, 2024 and in preparation for their upcoming change in just over a month. Naturally, fans are excited for all the upcoming changes as well.

While appearing on Busted Open Radio, TNA President Scott D’Amore decided to give fans a taste of what’s to come, as he stated that he is almost at the end stage of finalizing one of the biggest signings in TNA.

“We’re right there at the goal line of finalizing one of the biggest signings in TNA. I think it’s something that’s really gonna shake things up. I think some of what we have in store [at Hard To Kill] is gonna blow your socks off.”


The official TNA Wrestling Twitter account took to the social media site and further built up all the hype following Scott D’Amore’s announcement, as they claimed that “worlds will collide.”

BREAKING: As @ScottDAmore teased on @BustedOpenRadio, worlds will collide on January 13 at #HardToKill LIVE on PPV from the Palms in Las Vegas – you WON’T BELIEVE who is showing up!

TNA Wrestling has already gotten new female announcement as part of their rebranding efforts. We will have to wait and see wh will end up becoming the major si gning for TNA at the Hard to Kill pay-per-view next month.

What’s your view on this announcement? Are you excited for TNA’s Hard to Kill pay-per-view next year? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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