Before I really get into this post I don't want you guys to think that all of the sudden TNA is going to be bringing back all their old PPV's and will be going back to 12 a year. I don't think TNA will ever go back to that again, for one reason or another. But in October of last year TNA ran what some thought would be their last show as a company that being Bound For Glory over in Japan and that was the last time TNA was on PPV. The last true PPV not held on Tape delay was from last year's Slammiversary on June 15.
Now for the first time since then TNA will be returning to PPV on June 28th live from Orlando, FL with this years edition of Slammiversary. Another anniversary for TNA wrestling is approaching and I think that this is one of the more sweeter for TNA, because after the year they had last year, this would be a great time for them to rub it into their critics that they are still in business. TNA staying healthy and profitable whether the fans like or not is good for the business as a whole and keeps another wrestling in the public eye which is great in my book.
Below is the promo video for this years Slammiversary: