The Hard to Kill pay-per-view was a pivotal event for TNA Wrestling, signaling the beginning of a new era. With the company focusing on going back to its roots, it appears TNA will be bringing back an iconic theme song as well.
The Hard to Kill pay-per-view was the largest live gate for the company in about 10 years. Therefore, it is safe to say that TNA’s rebranding and embracing its ast has paid back dividends already.
During the peak of TNA’s run back in 2008, the company introduced the iconic ‘Cross the Line’ theme song, which debuted on the October 23, 2008 episode of their weekly TV show on Spike TV. They would eventually do away with the song after the company went through various changes.
TNA Wrestling’s official Twitter account took to the social media site and officially announced that due to the overwhelmingly positive reception of the song being featured during live events, the ‘Cross the Line’ theme song will be returning for good, starting with tonight’s show.
”Due to the overwhelmingly positive reception to it being featured on our recent live events, the iconic Cross the Line theme will return starting TONIGHT on #TNAiMPACT on @AXSTV !”
A TNA star also revealed the backstage morale following the Hard to Kill pay-per-view’s immense success. TNA is firing on all cylinders, and fans are optimistic that they can make history in 2024. All indications suggest that this is a likely outcome at the moment.
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