The new era of TNA Wrestling returns to Philadelphia for two nights of high-energy pro wrestling at the prestigious 2300 Arena, a venue steeped in history dating back to ECW.

The TNA television trucks will be in Philadelphia to capture all the in-ring action both nights for upcoming episodes of the company’s flagship weekly TV show that airs at 8 p.m. EST every Thursday night (AXS TV in the U.S., Fight Network in Canada).


Tickets for both Philadelphia shows are now on sale at TNAWrestling.com and 2300arena.com.

TNA Wrestling will bring all the superstars to Philadelphia, including Josh Alexander, Brian Myers, KUSHIDA, Alex Shelley, Chris Sabin, Moose, and Jordynne Grace, among others.


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Also scheduled to wrestle in Philadelphia: reigning TNA World Tag Team Champions ABC (Ace Austin & Chris Bey), Knockouts World Tag Team Champions MK Ultra (Masha Slamovich & Killer Kelly) and Digital Media Champion Crazzy Steve, plus AJ Francis, Ash By Elegance, Eric Young, Eddie Edwards, Frankie Kazarian, Jake Something, Jody Threat, Joe Hendry, “Speedball” Mike Bailey, PCO, Steve Maclin, Xia Brookside and more.

Matches for the Philadelphia shows will be announced in the coming weeks.

TNA+ is available at watch.tnawrestling.com via iOS, tvOS, and Android mobile apps, as well as big-screen devices such as Android TV, Fire TV, and Roku, with more platforms to follow.

Philadelphia and the 2300 Arena have a long history in pro wrestling, as the downtown venue made ECW a household name over 20 years ago. TNA Wrestling had its first show major show in Philadelphia in 2006 and the City of Brotherly Love played host to the LOCKDOWN pay-per-view in 2009 and the BOUND FOR GLORY pay-per-view in 2011.


IMPACT Wrestling had its last stand-alone shows at the 2300 Arena in March 2022.

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