|NWA: Total Nonstop Action (2002–2004)|
Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2004–2017, January 2024–)
Impact Wrestling (March 2017–June 2017, September 2017–January 2024)
Global Force Wrestling (June 2017–September 2017)
|Formerly||J Sports & Entertainment, LLC (2002)|
TNA Entertainment LLC (2002–2016)
Impact Ventures LLC (2015–2016)
|Owners||Anthem Sports & Entertainment|
Impact Wrestling is a professional wrestling company founded in 2002 shortly after World Championship Wrestling closed down. They are the main rivals for World Wrestling Entertainment. They made a video game called TNA iMPACT! and a sequel to it called TNA Impact! 2011 after it's weekly program which was of the same name before it was renamed Impact Wrestling.
Jeff Jarrett left the company in December 2013 and announced that he was starting his own professional wrestling promotion called Global Force Wrestling. It was later clarified that he still remains an "investor" of TNA.
On November 19, 2014, it was announced that TNA would be ending their relationship with Spike, and that they would instead partner with Discovery Communications to distribute their shows beginning in January 2015. In the United States, TNA programs, which include Impact Wrestling, will move to Destination America. Discovery will also hold rights in selected international markets. Spike's outreach at the time was estimated to be more than 97 million homes while Destination America was only estimated to reach 59 million households.
On October 21, 2023 during Bound for Glory, it was announced that the company would be rebranding and would be going back to their previous name Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), starting at the Hard To Kill event on January 13, 2024.
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