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TNA (Total Nonstop Action Wrestling)

Organization

In June 2002, Jeff Jarrett and his father created a limited-liability company, J Sports and Entertainment and opened a new pro wrestling organization, TNA (Total Nonstop Action Wrestling). TNA aired in a weekly pay-per-view format until May 2004, when the promotion negotiated a TV deal with Fox Sports Net and began broadcasting Impact!. In November 2004, TNA began airing monthly pay-per-views instead of weekly pay-per-views, and in October 2005 Impact! moved to Spike TV. Panda Energy and its chairman and CEO, Robert Carter, acquired a controlling interest in TNA in 2002, although Jarrett remained a minority owner.

In June 2002, Jeff Jarrett and his father created a limited-liability company, J Sports and Entertainment and opened a new pro wrestling organization, TNA (Total Nonstop Action Wrestling). TNA aired in a weekly pay-per-view format until May 2004, when the promotion negotiated a TV deal with Fox Sports Net and began broadcasting Impact!. In November 2004, TNA began airing monthly pay-per-views instead of weekly pay-per-views, and in October 2005 Impact! moved to Spike TV. Panda Energy and its chairman and CEO, Robert Carter, acquired a controlling interest in TNA in 2002, although Jarrett remained a minority owner.

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