Today in Pro Wrestling History: (June 19): The Emergence of Total Non-Stop Action

Today in Pro Wrestling History: On June 19th, 2002, NWA Total Non-Stop action launches in a PPV-only format, airing every Wednesday night for two hours at $9.95.

Today in Pro Wrestling History: (June 19): The Emergence of Total Non-Stop Action

Today In Pro Wrestling History June 19

The company would continue in this incarnation until June of 2004, when they launched their weekly television show, “Impact!”, originally aired on Fox Sports.  TNA’s weekly programming would move to SPIKE TV, and then Destination America, before eventually landing on the Pop! TV network.

In early 2019, the promotion then began broadcasting on both The Pursuit Channel and Twitch, now under its current name, Impact Wrestling.

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