Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Aug 16, 2013
No Surrender-Themed iMPACT! Set – Details

No Surrender-Themed iMPACT! Set – Details

It was announced last night in the Hardcore Justice themed edition of Impact Wrestling that the next themed event would be No Surrender. That show will take place on September 12th, and will feature the finals of the Bound for Glory series.

In previous years, the final four met at the No Surrender PPV, and crowned the series winner. The winner of the series will challenge the TNA World Champion at the Bound For Glory PPV in October.

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7 Responses to “No Surrender-Themed iMPACT! Set – Details”

  1. I'm really liking the themed Impact once a month as opposed to a monthly ppv. Gives more time to develop storylines instead of trying to rush something together. Also, some smaller reveals can be done on those "can't miss" episodes. I would have kept the 5 vs 5 loser leaves TNA match for the big ppv though. They could have done mix-and-match 1 on 1's or tag matches to keep the storyline fresh. Also, even though you couldn't paln for that in advance, they could have teased the 5th Main Event Mafia member and drawn out that storyline. Let Aries play the face, then turn on them. Have Hardy "think about it", but ultimately decide he's better off on his own. There's a month worth of programming on that alone!!

  2. nicholal79 says:

    TNA need to make these themed Impacts more scarce. TNA tapes only twice a month so, it might be a good idea to make theses type of Impacts bi-monthly instead of monthly. It makes TNA look too desperate for ratings.

    • 87GIBBY says:

      stop crying bitch

    • JoeWrestling says:

      They have to move the ratings some.. since it's on "free" tv, there is no reason people can't watch a two hour show weekly. Plus the show will be on whether themed or not, so I don't see how that will burn it out. And really even though it's "themed", they are all different PPVs so they really aren't the same. By this logic the "Open Fight ***ht" and "Gut Check" was even worse since it was the same themed gimmick show after show. I also don't see how trying to put on a relevant show for the viewers can be seen as desperate. Their PPV strategy had to change, in reality they are putting on the same shows they were already going to do to build the story, just on TV instead of PPV. It's actually great for them since the Impact audience never saw the PPV's so they were already confused and complained of bad storytelling, but it was only because they didn't watch the PPVs so never even saw a story.

  3. HolsG says:

    I really am liking themed impacts over monthly ppvs. The divisions still get there's (x and knockouts) and we still get the matches such as hardcore plus we do appreciate the ppv's a lot more.

  4. purpleurkel says:

    what year was that poster from? ya couldve used last years. lazy

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