This column looks at some of the forgotten concepts from TNA's past. I will look at the history of the concept and then break down if it could be recycled for today's product.
In 2008, TNA was in the middle of some of their greater years. With those years came strong ideas and terrible ideas. During a "This is TNA" special, TNA announced the creation of a new match type that would debut at that May's Sacrifice PPV.
It was later revealed that this match would be called the TerrorDome. It was based off of AAA's domed cage match. It would feature a plethora of X Division Talent looking to escape a giant red, domed cage through a hole on the top. This match bred chaos as things never slowed down and bodies fell from the cage continuously. Eventually, due to legalities, the TerrorDome Match was renamed the Steel Asylum.
3/31- Impact has announced that they have signed Kylie Rae to a long-term contract. PWInsider is reporting that the deal was actually signed a few weeks ago.
The Impact Wrestling universe has years of history. As a fan, you watch as the wrestlers climb towards the glory of championship gold while also settling personal feuds along the way.
This editorial is about secondary shoulder programming that could expand the Impact Cinematic Universe. It is based off of concepts that Impact has done within the past two years.