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TNA WRESTLING LAUNCHES NEW ONLINE VIDEO SERVICE: TNAONDEMAND.COM

TNA WRESTLING TO BEGIN STREAMING PAY-PER-VIEW EVENTS ONLINE IN SELECT COUNTRIES STARTING WITH “BOUND FOR GLORY” THIS SUNDAY

TNA Wrestling’s biggest Pay-Per-View event of the year, “Bound For Glory 2010,” is a once-in-a-lifetime spectacular on the once-in-a lifetime date, October 10, 2010: “10.10.10.”…and now select countries around the world can witness “Bound For Glory” as it happens, LIVE on 10.10.10, as well.

CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE NEW TNAONDEMAND.COM

As part of the new TNAONDEMAND.COM video service, “Bound For Glory 2010″ will be available for online viewing at a purchase price of $9.99. The event will also be made available online “on demand” for up to 48 hours after its conclusion.

Due to existing contractual obligations with our worldwide Television and PPV partners, only a limited number of countries will have access to watch it online. Countries that will have access include: Spain, Italy, Japan, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Russia, South Korea, Greece and several others.

“Bound For Glory 2010” will NOT be available to watch online in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France and Germany. Australia and Mexico will have online access 30 days after PPV airdate. TNA will be working with our TV and PPV partners in the coming months to allow additional countries online access.

Fans can currently log onto TNAONDEMAND.COM to watch free videos, including iMPACT Highlights, Touring footage, Superstar Interviews and much more, as well as archived TNA DVD releases! Many more free videos will be added in the coming weeks.

For the new online video service, TNA Wrestling teamed up with online video platform company VOPED (www.voped.com).

TNA Wrestling is very excited about the pay-per-view and on-demand application that VOPED built. With the growth that TNA anticipates worldwide, VOPED delivered a stand-out video application that will showcase TNA’s online content for years to come.

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3 Responses

  1. WWE #1 says:

    Christian, Kurt Angle, Scott & Rick Steiner, Booker T, The Dudleys, Rhyno, Victoria, Kevin Nash, Lex Luger, Ric Flair, X-Pac, J.Hardy, Randy Savage, Hulk Hogan, Christy Hemme, RVD, Sabu, Matt Morgan, Tyson Tomko, DDP, Elijah Burke, Mr. Kennedy, Orlando Jordan, Billy Gunn, Roaddogg to who I can remember right now that was in WWE first and is only reason TNA wanted them. Then there is Batista, Brock Lesnar, JBL, Rey Mysterio to which TNA has tried for. HOW PATHETIC ARE TNA, JUST COPIES WWE IN EVERYTHING.

  2. WWE #1 says:

    TNA copies WWE in everything – matches, storylines, ppv ideas, wrestler, Yet they cant compete at all and aren’t even a threat WWE. I recall a certain "Monday Night War" earlier this year – it wasn’t mind you but that is what the Internet claimed it was and TNA sucked before running away back to Thursday. TNA talked big after 7 1/2 yrs as they finally went Monday’s thinking they could challenge Raw and what happened – horrible ratings as no-one cared about TNA before they ran off back to Thursday.

  3. mmggirl says:

    Ok, first off, WWE (and WCW for that matter) did the EXACT same thing during the real Monday Night Wars. Wrestlers jumped left and right because their original employer was either not paying what they wanted, weren’t used right, or because they were sweet-talked into it. Really, Flair going to TNA shouldn’t be a surprise since he was NWA/WCW, then WWF, then WCW again before finally deciding on WWE for 8 years. Then think about the younger guys (Burke, Anderson, Morgan). They all have many years ahead of them, so why not try to build them into the stars they should be?

    Next, look at the rating TNA got on January 4th. It was there best numbers ever, and that was going against Bret Hart’s return after 12 years. Did it pan out? No, but it did show that they could pop numbers against big storylines in WWE. TNA is just a smaller scale WCW: as long as they get their act together (and soon), they will build numbers. Plus, WWE is PG; how in the hell is blood, inuendos, and language PG? How is that copying? One last thing: TNA’s tag division, X division, and Knockout division is far superior. If WWE doesn’t have a cruserweight division or a strong tag or Diva division, how is that copying?

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