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TNA now broadcasts its weekly IMPACT Wrestling program from a suburban backyard, weather permitting.

Total Non-Stop Action (TNA) Wrestling announced today that, as part of its ongoing cost-cutting measures, the promotion has relocated its headquarters to the backyard of a suburban home just outside Nashville.

TNA President Dixie Carter said the move is a “positive step” that will “make TNA viewers feel even closer to the action, especially if they live within walking distance.”

From now on, TNA’s flagship program, IMPACT Wrestling, will be broadcast live from the backyard of John and Rachel Quinn, whose 17-year-old son Jacob, ┬áTNA’s self-professed “biggest fan,” offered the property as the company’s new home-base.

The move was made after a previous cost-cutting solution — downsizing to a three-sided ring — proved “geometrically challenging,” according to the company.

In a press release issued this morning, TNA stated that “fans will get the same high-quality action as always, unless there’s a rainstorm or the neighbors make a noise complaint.”

The relocation will establish TNA as the third-largest backyard wrestling promotion in America, just behind Backyard Wrestling Insanity (BWI) of Buffalo, and Trampoline Pro Wrestling (TPW) of Fargo.