From Our Editors
When it was founded in 2002, TNA Wrestling was a modest operation that ran local live wrestling events. Fast forward to now, and it has become a worldwide brand, with programming in more than 100 countries and nearly 20 languages. Every Thursday night, more than one million fans tune into SpikeTV to watch TNA's superstars stomp skulls, including wrestling legends such as Kurt Angle, Samoa Joe, and Jeff Hardy. The company produces 100 such shows per year—highlighted by monthly Pay-Per-View events—but also stays true to its roots by delivering hundreds of non-televised events to local markets. For those, TNA's stars pack their bags and travel around the globe, performing for audiences that might otherwise never get to see their heroes in action.