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Old 01-09-2013, 03:11 AM   #11 (permalink)
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At the age of 10, I saw AJ Styles vs Raven vs Jeff Jarrett for the NWA title, with Russo turning heel on Jarrett (for me he was turning face because I was rooting for Styles)
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Old 01-09-2013, 06:32 AM   #12 (permalink)
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turning on the wrestling channel sometime in 2005 and seeing AJ Styles. Became a fan instantly
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Old 01-11-2013, 04:46 AM   #13 (permalink)
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I saw several of their first PPV's, and then eventually caught it on TV. my first memories stem from Team Canada, Shark Boy, Curry Man, Styles, and Abyss.

America's Most Wanted was also a big memory.

The thing that put TNA on the map for me was when Jeff Hardy started showing up, as far as I can remember.
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A hype video for Turning Point 2004 was the first real time I found out about TNA and was immediately interested. Perhaps that's why I consider the Steel Cage on that said event as the best in company history.

I didn't really fully begin to watch the product till after Against All Odds 2005 though. It was the build for Destination X where I have all of my early memories of TNA flooding in. Thinking Jeff Hardy didn't stand a chance against the beast known as Abyss, marking when I saw DDP was getting a PPV championship match, interested all the new arway of talent that I was wanting to see more of in guys like AJ Styles, Team Canada, America's Most Wanted, and one I would grow to absolutely love, in Chris Sabin. Fun times.
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A kid called AJ Styles bringing fire.
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Heeeee's HOT! Heeee's SPICY! Heeeee taaaastes greaaaaat!
Literally, the first hting I saw, I thought it was some teleshopping commercial, was stranded at a posh youth hostel. Well, after that there was a six sided ring, a good match Curry vs idk, and afterwards this fat slob in undies walked out. And 2 minutes later the fat slob made some moonsault, grappled like the creepiest pervert and owned an interception while doing it. Samoa Joe hooked me that moment
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Started watching TNA on the weekly PPV in late 2002 early 2003 but the first things I really remember were the tag match between AJ/Sting and Jarrett/Luger that and Raven's Clockwork Orange House Of Fun match.
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Old 01-11-2013, 07:42 PM   #18 (permalink)
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2004. It was one of those CZW/TNA/IWA/etc music videos, with AJ/Red doing all kinds of flips and shit.
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I first started watching TNA in 2008 when it first came onto TV here in the UK, I hadn't at all be exposed to wrestling before that and had never even watched a WWE show.

I'd say my first memories of TNA were Angle vs. Samoa Joe at Lockdown, Jeff Jarrett vs. Angle at Bound For Glory, and Angle vs Abyss (can't remember the PPV)

Those matches, all containing Kurt Angle definitely made me a professional wrestling fan, without a doubt.
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Old 01-11-2013, 09:27 PM   #20 (permalink)
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I remember the rumors a new company like ECW was coming , I watch the first show it was not like ECW
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