Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Aug 17, 2013
Major Plans For TNA’s No Surrender iMPACT! Broadcast

Major Plans For TNA’s No Surrender iMPACT! Broadcast

TNA has announced that the September 12 edition of iMPACT! Wrestling will have the No Surrender theme. The show will be held at the Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis, Missouri.

TNA is advertising Bully Ray, Hulk Hogan, Sting, and Jeff Hardy for the show.

The show will also feature the final four of the Bound for Glory Series. The winner will get a shot at the TNA world title at the Bound for Glory pay-per-view in October.

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24 Responses to “Major Plans For TNA’s No Surrender iMPACT! Broadcast”

  1. jbcissom says:

    Someone please refresh my memory… which PPV/Impact! was host to the traditional feast of fired matches?

  2. IMPACT Dude says:

    Thanksgiving usually does

  3. ViceyThaShizzle says:

    Final Resolution was always Feast or Fired as far as I can remember, until Hogan came in, next year it was absent.

  4. The Boss says:

    Feast or Fired (and MITB) was a stupid concept. The idea of trading a briefcase for a title instead of wrestling is asinine and hurts the value of the championship.

    • Mutter5 says:

      I disagree with MIITB, i think its brilliant way to build up talent. look at sandow at the moment, he was a good wrestler with good mic skills, now his feud with rhodes is making both him and rhodes credible contenders for the WHC.
      At the same time randy has been irrelevant for some time, floating around in the mid card in pointless feuds. the MITB contract has freshened him up and put him back in the main event slot…
      Its a good idea in my mind and also makes a good PPV.

  5. THISISASHOOT247 says:

    Hogan is 60 yrs old now, it's time he steps away from wrestling period

    • soyfenomenal says:

      Flair is older than him…

    • ariesstormjoe says:

      hogan wont be in a match. he'll only be there in his GM role.

      if he was to leave say tomorrow. tna would have to replace no? if bischoff took the role for a year. and was then replaced by jarrett? who replaces jarrett at that time? its possible sting could do it come then. but its also possible he doesnt.

      someone has to be in the gm role. imo its ideally someone with a history within the business.

      • jflegler says:

        This GM logic seems to be a trend for you; personally, I am not sure TNA needs to be fixated on having a GM on television.

        If you feel that they must have one, there is plenty of talent on the roster that could work – Daniels & Kaz together (or separately), Joseph Parks (as a green GM), Bully Ray, Kurt Angle, Taz, hell get Christy Hemme back into the storylines.

  6. Sturk says:

    Wish I hadnt clicked this "update"

    • andy3323 says:

      …and taken the time to comment on it as well?

      • Sturk says:

        I made no comment about how I didnt have the time to click on this post. I don't mind commenting on this site, I always do. You read a bit to much into what I put. Point is, this post didnt contain anything except what was posted already. Please don't comment my comments with comments intended to be smart over the internet. That's not my thing.

  7. HolsG says:

    Damn i was hoping Hulk was gone to.
    Too much changed since he arrived which original fans liked (6 sides, king of the mountain, feast or fired) and it hasn't done anything for ratings – just pissed off fans

    • ariesstormjoe says:

      tbf how much can they affect the ratings? ratings arent a relevant factor in well anything imo. because they're too simplistic.

      wwe is seen as no.1 in the wrestling world. but are criticized over their product. theres a limit to what other companies can do. theres of course improvements tna can make to off screen and on screen. in terms of on screen signing talent goes a long way. easier said than done tho. the step up to going live was something hogan pushed for i thought? and the further step to being on the road was also a lot of his doing. those 2 step ups were massive for tna to make. but at the same time affected tna negatively in a lot of ways.

      • HolsG says:

        I get that but, things such as the 6 sides, king of the mountain were unique to TNA and helped distinguish it from WWE.

        It is trial and error but personally I don't think Hogan's wage is worth coming up with the odd good idea (may be more – but ratings say otherwise) considering the likes of Kurt are on about a million a year: think of how much Hulk would be on

        • ariesstormjoe says:

          in terms of the 6 sides its funny how much the talent criticise it. aj styles: its great for the x division. it gives more angles for talent to work with. not really great for other talent, it takes a greater toll on the body. if hogan/bischoff didnt come in when they did. i doubt that aj styles and others that complained about 6 sides would be like "so yeah this 6 sides is a pain physically but meh lets keep with it".

          with king of the moutain. that sounds like thats more of an issue that should be directed to david lagana. who was asked on twitter "would you consider bringing back the king of the mountain match?" lagana's response was "if i believed that it would help with a story yep". i think they'll bring it back at some point.

          hulk is on a lot of money no doubt. but i think it will always come back around to the same question i continue to raise. if hogan wasnt the GM who would be? to be hypothetical since bischoff was the last GM really. lets take that option out of it. the option of jarrett can stay but the option of how long would he be GM for has to be answered. because it then becomes who replaces jarrett? some would say why worry about a question thats half a decade away at least surely? well cos surely thats the type of question tna ppl such as dixie, bischoff, hogan, lagana, al snow, pat kenney and probably some others have to deal with.

          same question but to those that want to replace commentary ppl. since tenay and taz seem hated by a lot. other names that come to mind are borash (whos also an announcer and backstage interviewer), pat kenney (done some commentary work with borash. on their xplosion show that shows here in the uk. seemed good). and as his contract expired todd keneley. other than that im stumped.

          booking wrestling (at least for tna) seems like a large game of chess. whats the move being made in 3 moves time?

  8. tallfuture says:

    They should bring back king of the mountain

  9. rrrwwws says:

    Hogan is like TNA’s Jon cena . .people hate him that like traditional wrestling but he still putss asses in the seats every week so unfortunately he’s a necessary evil true wrestling fans have to put up with

  10. Dennis D says:

    Why so much hate at Hulk Hogan?

    “Why is Hulk advertised for No Surrender?!”

    “Hulk needs to be released next!”

    “It was good.. till Hogan came”

    I understand the complaints about Brooke. She doesn’t wrestle. Doesn’t have the captivating mic skills. And doesn’t bring anything to the table besides some tits and a last name. She’s gone now and whatever she was paid was too much (even if it was a dollar a day).

    But why do so many people hate Hulk Hogan? Nobody knows how much he’s making. I’ve seen ‘speculations’ of what some rumor sites say he brings in but nobody knows for sure until Hulk admits it or we see a legit pic of the man’s check stub.

    Hulk doesn’t embarrass the company by wrestling anymore (not that he doesn’t want to). He doesn’t hog as much airtime anymore and appears to of found a groove as the GM. Face facts, Hulk has all the credibility in the world, has undeniable history in the wrestling business, has been at the top of the mountain MANY times, and knows what is needed. His name & face are known worldwide and that alone gives him everything needed to bea legit GM.

    The only other guy that would make a great GM is Ric Flair. Both are living legends with face value in this company. That is the reason Hulk is almost every poster or commercial. His value is being utilized to try and create more value for TNA as a company.

    It’s like this: Who would you rather earn respect from on the basketball court? Michael Jordan? Or Spud Webb? Jordan is Hogan in this scenario. Jeff Jarrett is Spud Webb.

    Hogan brings more recognition to the company brand. It’s undeniable. Whether that translates to ratings is another thing. Ratings are down for wrestling as a whole. Blame that on the McMahon empire that is trying to kill the word “wrestling” and make it “entertainment”.

    • ariesstormjoe says:

      completely agree. although id say bischoff and jarrett are other ideas for gm just cos bischoff has done the role in the past. and jarrett was the founder. after those 2 currently id say sting would be an idea if he wasnt wrestling but since he's still technically active it just doesnt make sense if he was GM. in a few years he'll be retired and may be GM.

      ppl seem to think tna are wwe in terms of the GM role. that they can just have anyone there and that it doesnt matter. which in wwe's case it doesnt. ppl will laugh as vickie gets humiliated, or as maddox looks stupid, with teddy fans love the "holla holla" then theres also booker t, mcmahon, hhh, steph. they even got away with making aj lee gm. and even more so got away with the anon gm and wound that story up with it being hornswoggle.

  11. whatsup121 says:

    these impact ppv style segments seem a lot better than regular impact matches more gusto

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