TNA Wrestling’s Hard to Kill event marked a significant turning point for the promotion, ushering in the start of a new era. 2024 is already starting off hot for the company as a TNA star has now revealed the backstage morale for the company after Hard to Kill.

The Hard to Kill pay-per-view took place on January 13th, 2024 at the Palms Casino Resort in Paradise, Nevada. As reported earlier, Hard to Kill was not only the largest live attendance for the promotion in quite a few years but that it was the largest live gate for the company in about decade.

While speaking in an interview with SEScoops, Killer Kelly spoke positively about the progress of her company in recent years. Reflecting on TNA backstage morale after Hard to Kill, she described it as “crazy” and highlighted the excitement and happiness among the roster and even guests like Will Ospreay.

Killer Kelly would go on to add that the atmosphere was one of enthusiasm, with everyone eager to showcase what TNA is all about.


“The first thing that comes to mind is ‘crazy,'” Kelly said of company morale after Hard to Kill. “Everyone is so happy backstage. Everyone is excited to be a part of TNA. People from the roster, people that aren’t on the roster. Will Ospreay. He was just a kid. Super happy to be a part of TNA. Everyone who arrived at the venue, who saw the tunnel, just freaked out. Like ‘oh my god this is so cool!’ Everyone wanted to show out. Everyone was like, we’re going to show what TNA is all about and everyone did.”

TNA clearly has all the momentum in the world right now and fans hope they will be able to carry forward with this momentum and end up creating history in 2024. All signs point toward that happening at the moment.

What do you think of what Killer Kelly said? Do you feel TNA has all the momentum in the world right now? Let us know in the comments section below!

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