The 11th annual Slammiversary is one of only four TNA pay-per-views (PPV) this year. You won't want to miss Bully Ray, Sting, Hulk Hogan and all your favorite TNA stars when they roll into Boston for this year's show. The action starts Sunday, June 2, at 8PM ET/5PM PT.
For all the ways to watch this annual event, consult your cable or satellite directory, or TNA's On Demand service.
The show features
The Icon, Sting against Aces & Eight's President and TNA World Champion Bully Ray. If Sting wins, he reclaims the top prize in the company. If he loses, he can never contend for the belt again! And no holds will be barred.
The co-main event
AJ Styles has refused to commit to either side in the Aces & Eights versus TNA war. This has infuriated Kurt Angle to no end. The phenomenal one returned from his hiatus to attack Angle and members of the club. What will happen when The Cyborg finally gets his hands on Styles in a sanctioned match?
In other action
The Dirty Heels (Austin Aries & Bobby Roode) have had a few shots at Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez's tag team titles. Bad Influence (Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian) have gotten in the way even when they were trying to help. And James Storm, with new partner Gunner, doesn't like any of them. A four-way dance will decide who leaves the PPV with the belts.
The Television title is on the line when Aces & Eight's Sergeant at Arms, Devon, faces Joseph Park. Likewise, Kenny King's X-Division belt will hang above the ring when he faces Suicide and Chris Sabin in Ultimate X!
A shot in the Bound for Glory series is on the line for Gut Check finalists Sam Shaw and Jay Bradley. And it's a grudge match when Knockouts Taryn Terrell and Gail Kim come head-to-head in the squared circle.