Impact Wrestling News: Huge change to Impact Wrestling ring (Photo)
What’s the story?
Impact Wrestling will reportedly be going back to utilizing the 4-sided ring.
Courtesy a backstage photograph posted by ‘Heel By Nature’, the professional wrestling community is now abuzz with speculation that Impact Wrestling will indeed be organizing its tapings in a 4-sided ring setting. Fans can check out the photo below—
In case you didn’t know…
Impact Wrestling has previously used the four-sided ring as well as the six-sided ring for its television tapings.
While the promotion has a history of changing up its ring structure form time to time, it often sticks with a given setting over a considerable amount of time.
The heart of the matter
The previous set of Impact Wrestling tapings took place with the action transpiring within the confines of the 6-sided ring. The tapings that begin tonight, January 10th, will take place in Orlando, Florida.
Impact Wrestling’s latest set of tapings is set to commence tonight, with the promotion spear-headed by Impact-parent company boss Ed Nordholm, and top executives Scott D’Amore and Don Callis. Besides, Impact Wrestling may also be providing content in partnership with Twitch--although the news is yet to be officially confirmed.
Furthermore, as the promotion attempts to revive its business after being amidst a few controversies and financial issues last year, fans can expect the action to get underway inside a 4-sided ring.
While Impact Wrestling taped a few episodes in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, the latest set of Impact wrestling episodes will be taped in the US—Orlando, Florida to be specific.
The next episode of Impact Wrestling will air at 8 pm ET, January 11th on Pop TV.
Impact Wrestling faced a ton of problems in 2017, and honestly speaking, it was a tough time for hardcore TNA fans worldwide.
Regardless, with Don Callis and Scott D’Amore truly committed to turning around the company’s fortunes in 2018, the company may indeed put forth better content this year. As for the changes in ring-setting, do you prefer the 4-sided or 6-sided ring? Sound off in the comments!