TNA Wrestling has secured a deal with Sky TV.
iMPACT! and the pay-per-view events will be shown on Challenge TV, which will make its freeview debut on February 1st.
iMPACT! will be shown on Tuesdays at 10pm, 5 days after its first broadcast on Spike TV in the States and the monthly pay-per-view events, which are live in the U.S. on Sunday evenings, will get their first airing in the U.K. the following Wednesday at 10pm on Challenge.
TNA president Dixie Carter said: “I am so happy to announce that all TNA programming in the UK will be on Challenge TV from February on Sky, Virgin and now Freeview too!”
In a statement, a Sky spokesperson added: “TNA fans, good news – TNA will be returning to Sky! From February, all TNA programming will be on Challenge. Plus, we’ll be showing all the episodes you’ve missed. We’ll announce exact timings soon.”
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