TNA President Dixie Carter announced on her Twitter that starting in February, all TNA programming (PPV, iMPACT!, Xplosion) will be airing on Challenge TV on Sky, Virgin and Freeview.
The network is sort of the British equivalent of the Game Show Network here in the United States. Word is that there is talk of re-branding the network, with programming specifically aimed at young males.
TNA sources have claimed that the deal puts them in more homes in that market than WWE.
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