Official Slammiversary Announcement

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Nashville, Tenn., (April 25, 2007) – Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling is coming home to where it all started after changing the world of professional wrestling forever. TNA Wrestling announced today that “Slammiversary 2007” will be held live at the Municipal Auditorium in Nashville on June 17, airing exclusively on pay-per-view.

TNA will celebrate its five-year anniversary by returning to Nashville for the first time since 2004. TNA began broadcasting its weekly Pay-Per-Views in 2002 from the Tennessee State Fairgrounds, affectionately named the “Asylum” by TNA fans. In 2004, TNA moved production for its weekly cable television show, “iMPACT!” and monthly Pay-Per-Views to Universal Studios Orlando.

“The TNA brand has grown to a worldwide entity in five years, but the fans of Nashville and Middle Tennessee helped make us what we are today. We’re thrilled to celebrate this milestone with such an exciting event in front of our hometown fans,” TNA President Dixie Carter said.

TNA officials have also confirmed that the June weekend in Nashville will include an all-access chance to meet the stars of TNA at “TNA Fan Interaction,” which puts the stars of TNA up close and personal with the fans for a once in a lifetime meet-and-greet opportunity.

Tickets for “Slammiversary” will go on sale Saturday, May 19, at the Municipal Auditorium Box Office (417 4th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37201), all Ticketmaster outlets, online at or by calling (615) 255-9600. Several TNA stars will be in Nashville for the on-sale event. Full details will be available at

Leading into Slammiversary, Pulse Wrestling’s writers will be looking back at the past five years in TNA history as well as taking a glance into the future of the promotion in a special feature, so stay tuned as June approaches…

Matthew Michaels is editor emeritus of Pulse Wrestling, and has been since the site launched.