By Ryan Clark | June 12, 2009
Due to a UFC Ultimate Fighter Marathon on June 20th, the TNA Impact replay for that week will air on Friday June 19th at 2AM.
TNAwrestling.com has posted the in ring debut of Tara, formerly Victoria at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMhSMW1F6i4
It's interesting to note that the intro video for TNA's program in the UK showcasing the history of the company, TNA Epics, doesn't feature a single "homegrown" star. Well, unless you count Christopher Daniels, who competed in World Championship Wrestling prior to joining TNA. Here is the list of the stars in the order in which they appear: Hulk Hogan (who never actually appeared in a TNA ring), Sting, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Ken Shamrock, Road Warrior Animal, "Macho Man" Randy Savage, Jeff Jarrett, Scott Hall, Bobby Lashley, Raven, Tito Ortiz (was only a referee), Kurt Angle and Mick Foley. The video concludes with two action shots in Elix Skipper's huracanrana off the cage in 2004 and Christopher Daniels' leap from the corner to the center of the cables to win an Ultimate X match.
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