While many in the know, such as Dave Meltzer, claim that this change will have zero effect on the struggling company and is more or less a waste of time, I respectfully disagree. TNA: When Jeff and Jerry Jarrett decided to once again get back into the wrestling promotion business in , they had many important decisions to make, not the least of which is what to name the company. Total nonstop action? And look at the initials: TNA! Want to have fun with the wife one night? Tell her that you and little Billy are going to watch some TNA.
Laura Dennis born September 9, is a Canadian professional wrestler , better known by the ring name Allie. She is best known for her time in Impact Wrestling , where she is a former two-time Impact Knockouts Champion. She is also a former 1 time WSU Champion. After the match, Cherry Bomb attacked Sweet Cherrie, blaming her for the loss. Champion on November 18, , and defeated Portia Perez in the first round before losing to Sirelda , the eventual winner of the tournament, in the semi-finals. The following night, on April 14, she won the W. Dennis was invited for a try-out match with World Wrestling Entertainment WWE at the May 17, episode of Raw ,  and she appeared in a segment with Goldust during the show.
By Kyle Schnitzer. August 28, pm Updated August 29, am. Besides beefing with Shani during the match, which caused the pair to go off-script and actually get into it, Star went totally off the rails when she unexpectedly held Rosemary in an armbar at the end of the match.
The "Women's Revolution" might be something the WWE brought into the spotlight, but that revolution of women's wrestling had taken place in another promotion quite a few years back. TNA might be in the sorrowful state it is in now, but a few years back it was the home of some fantastic women's wrestling, as it had some proper female wrestlers. With two different championships for women only, TNA took their female superstars seriously and often brought the spotlight onto them to come and shine out amongst their male counterparts. TNA became the home of some amazing women's wrestling, as their "knockouts" often tear the house down with their great chemistry and in-ring skills, as the company didn't shy away from making them wrestle under violent conditions, which escalated the intrigue and excitement of their matches.