Fan Interaction tickets for the TNA 2014 MAXIMUM IMPACT VI UK Tour go on sale on Friday September 6 at 9am, allowing fans to meet some of their favorite wrestlers before each event. The highly sought-after tickets are available for the TNA live shows in Glasgow (Jan 30), Manchester (Jan 31), London (Feb 1) and Birmingham (Feb 2). Strictly limited in number, they cost 32.50 each, or 35 for London, plus booking fee. There will be eight TNA superstars at each meet and greet. Each wrestler will sign a maximum of two items per fan. TNA President Dixie Carter said: The annual MAXIMUM IMPACT Tour is one of the best times of the year for everybody in TNA IMPACT WRESTLING – when nobody does it better than us and we get the chance to get up close and personal with the fans. This is our time to say thank you. Thank you for being the best fans in the world, for giving us great audiences and for watching our show every Sunday night on Challenge TV. TNA IMPACT WRESTLING also announced the first 10 wrestlers who will appear on the MAXIMUM IMPACT VI Tour, which will include the first ever live wrestling television broadcast from Glasgow and a TV taping at Londons Wembley Arena. TNA World Heavyweight Champion Bully Ray, British superstar Magnus, Bobby Roode, Samoa Joe, Chris Sabin, Austin Aries, Manik, James Storm, Gunner and Gail Kim will compete at all four events. More worldwide wrestling stars will be added to the roster shortly. Fan Interaction tickets are available via www.facebook.com/tnawrestlinguk , www.gigsandtours.com/go/tnafan , www.ticketmaster.co.uk or direct from the tour venues. Those purchasing Fan Interaction tickets must also have a regular event ticket, which are sold separately, in order to gain access. TNA IMPACT WRESTLING returns to the United Kingdom in January/February 2014 with shows in Dublin (Jan 29), Glasgow (Jan 30), Manchester (Jan 31), London (Feb 1) and Birmingham (Feb 2). UK Fans – don’t miss your chance to experience IMPACT WRESTLING LIVE!
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