What are some interesting facts about TNA pay-per-view wrestling?


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"TNA One Night Only," "Slammiversary" and "Bound for Glory" are three of the series of professional wrestling events held by Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, or TNA. TNA records each event and releases it later as a three-hour pay-per-view broadcast.

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Pay-per-view TV is a satellite or cable TV service which charges viewers extra fees in addition to the fixed monthly charges for viewing special programs such as sporting events and movies. Networks show pay-per-view TV programs at the same time to everyone using the service, which is different from on-demand videos that allow people to see them at any time.

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, or TNA, is an American professional wrestling promotion based in Nashville, Tennessee and founded by Jeff and Jerry Jarrett on May 10, 2012. Its revenue sources mainly come from live events, product licensing and direct product sales. According to The Tennessean, as of 2015, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling is the second-largest professional wrestling promotion in the United States, just behind World Wrestling Entertainment, or WWE.

"TNA One Night Only" is a series of wrestling events held by Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. The first episode of the series aired in April 2013. It airs on the first Friday of every month except for the four months each year that feature a major TNA pay-per-view event. On Jan. 11, 2013, TNA President Dixie Carter announced the concept of "TNA One Night Only" in order to change the programming. Prior to "TNA One Night Only," Total Nonstop Action Wrestling held major events monthly instead of four times a month.

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