After The Aces And Eights last week, with D’Lo Brown and Ken Anderson, Impact Wrestling announced today Chris Sabin and Wildcat Chris Harris will take part in the special TNA-themed show on April 3.
Sabin joined TNA in 2003 and quickly became the X-Division Champion. He is considered as one of the greatest X-Division Champions as he won the title 8 times, an unequalled record in the history of the company. Sabin is also a former TNA World Champion, World Tag Team Champions with his partner Alex Shelley as the legendary team The Motor City Machine Guns.
Wildcat Chris Harris was one of these wrestlers who were there when the company made its first steps in 2002. With Cowboy James Storm, they won the NWA World Tag Team Championship 7 times. The team would eventually split in 2006 and Harris found a rival in his former partner.
As noted before, the TNA name will be brought back for a special event at WrestleCon 2020, which takes place during WWE’s WrestleMania 36 Week in the Tampa, Florida area. The show is quoted as “There’s No Place Like Home” which is a reference to TNA being based in the Orlando, FL area years ago.
The Impact TNA event will take place on Friday, April 3 in Ybor City, Florida at The Ritz. It will air live on Fite TV at 7 pm ET. Tickets for “TNA: There’s No Place Like Home” are on sale now at Wrestlecon.com.
Former WWE announcer Sean Mooney has joined up with the National Wrestling Alliance. NWA announced his first appearance will be on this week’s NWA Powerrr, this Tuesday at 6.05 PM ET (11.05 PM GMT). Debuting for WWE back in 1988, Mooney worked for the company as a commentator, backstage interviewer, and host on various shows until 1993.
He made sporadic appearances for WWE in recent years, appearing on the 1,000th episode of RAW in July of 2012. Mooney also showed up on the WWE Network show, “The Edge and Christian Show That Totally Reeks Of Awesomeness.”
The Briscoe Brothers (Mark & Jay Briscoe) are staying with Ring of Honor, as they confirmed in a video. They stated that their contracts were coming to an end in a couple of months and that they’ve accomplished everything in ROH.
The Briscoes are 11-time tag team champions and the reigning ROH Tag Team of the Year and ROH Tag Team of the Decade. When deciding what they are going to do next, they said their next goal is to become 12-time ROH Tag Team Champions.
Jay Briscoe, who made his ROH debut on the company’s very first show in 2002, has a well-deserved reputation for being one of the toughest, most intense and dangerous competitors to ever step foot inside a Ring of Honor ring. One of the toughest and most unorthodox wrestlers to ever compete in ROH, Mark — who made his first appearance in ROH on the company’s very first show in 2002 — combines brawling and striking with high-flying and some of what he refers to as “Redneck Kung Fu.”
PJ Black took to his Instagram to announce that he’s re-signed a multi-year deal with the promotion, what ROH confirmed. He joined ROH back in 2018 during the Survival of the Fittest tournament, then aligned himself with the Lifeblood faction. “
Since making his in-ring debut at 16 in 1997, PJ Black has earned a reputation for being one of the top high-flyers and risk-takers in the sport. After starting his career in his native South Africa and Europe, Black came to the United States in 2008.
Black has competed in 61 countries and 48 states. When he’s not flying around the ring, the “Darewolf” is a thrill-seeker who enjoys adrenaline-pumping activities such as jumping out of airplanes, surfing and doing dirt bike stunts.
All pics courtesy of Impact Wrestling, NWA and ROH