TNA Announces iMPACT on Monday Night in January, Hogan’s Debut, More

– TNA has announced that they will be going head to head with WWE’s Monday Night RAW on January 4th, 2010 with a live three-hour special with the debut of Hulk Hogan and other surprises. The special will begin at 8PM EST.

Hogan, Dixie Carter, Eric Bischoff, The Nasty Boys, Jimmy Hart and Brutus Beefcake were all at the finale of UFC’s The Ultimate Fighter last night where Joe Rogan interviewed Hogan about the special. Hogan said he was there to take over and you never know when he would get back in the ring.

Dixie posted the following on her Twitter regarding going up against WWE: “Hogan to debut Jan 4 in a live 3 hr iMPACT! special up against Raw. How’s that for a 1st shot? Spread the word.”

TNA is saying that iMPACT will return to its normal Thursday time but Dave Meltzer reports that depending on the ratings that night, they may make a permanent move to Monday.

It’s expected that WWE will be announcing a three-hour RAW to go up against iMPACT that night. RAW is currently scheduled to take place from the Nutter Center in Dayton, Ohio that night.

MUST SEE: RARE PIX OF KELLY KELLY XPOSED

Comments

comments

Tags:

  • Show Comments

  • Goo-ka-go

    Wow hope they go to war so wwe could finaly shut them up

  • Maniac

    TNA is committing suicide. They cannot even begin to compete with WWE at this point. It took a lot longer than 7 years and the money of Ted Turner to give Vince McMahon some competition. And the worst part is they have the 4 people already in place that killed WCW. Hulk Hogan, Eric Bischoff, Kevin Nash and Vince Russo. Prediction–in 5 years Vince McMahon will own TNA. And when he does, lets hope he destroys that ridiculous 6 sided ring so we never have to see it again!!

  • Jason

    I agree they cant compete with Wwe coz tna is just like wcw bringing in old wrestlers and thats wat killed wCw and it will happen To Tna but i do repspećt Tna orignal SuperstaRs. They need new talent and Then compete just sayin

Comments are closed.