Impact Wrestling is proud to announce a long-term contract with the All Sports Network (ASN), bringing superstars including Hulk Hogan, Sting, Kurt Angle and Bobby Roode to TV screens across South-East Asia from Monday June 11.
Impact Wrestling becomes the ONLY wrestling programming broadcast in Hong Kong, and will also be available to fans in Cambodia, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, Laos, Mongolia, Myanmar, The Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Vietnam exclusively on ASN.
The show will air every Friday at 11.30pm (Hong Kong) with replays on Sunday and Thursday. TNA’s monthly PPV events will go out LIVE on Mondays at 08:00am (Hong Kong) being repeated later that evening, as well as the following Thursday and Saturday.
TNA Impact Wrestling will be broadcast as part of the ASN Ringside option, in high definition, starting with the huge TNA Slammiversary X event at 08:00am on Monday June 11.
TNA President Dixie Carter said: “Everyone involved with TNA Impact Wrestling is delighted to be returning to screens in South-East Asia. Partnering with such a prestigious network as ASN is another huge milestone, as we celebrate 10 years of success.
“I get lots of Tweets and emails from our fans in Hong Kong, and all around South-East Asia, so I’m delighted they can now watch TNA every week exclusively on ASN Ringside – starting with our 10th anniversary event.”
Thomas Kressner, CEO of ASN, added: “We are excited to have TNA on ASN Ringside, our unique time slot which brings viewers the world’s top fighting events.
“We believe that this partnership is a fantastic one. It represents ASN Ringside’s ambition in creating a space filled by professional athletes, fabulous fights and awesome action.”
ASN, which launched in 2009, is the first 24-hour Pan Asian HD sports channel covering some of the world’s biggest sporting brands.
It features National Football League (NFL), National Hockey League (NHL), Australian Football League (AFL), National Lacrosse League (NLL), NCAA, NASCAR and many more. Find out more about the channel at www.asn.tv.