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Characters: TNA
Here is the listing of wrestlers in TNA:

    open/close all folders 

     TNA Originals (2002–2005) 

Abyss/Joseph Park (Chris Parks)

Amazing Red/Sangriento (Jonathan Figueroa)

Austin Aries (Dan Solwold, Jr.)

Mike Awesome (Michael Alfonso)

Antonio Banks/MVP (Hassan Hamin Assad)

Matt Bentley

D'Lo Brown (Accie Connor)

  • Bald of Awesome
  • Black Dude Dies First: A non-literal (as in, not literally death) example. Was the first Aces & Eights member to end up leaving both the stable and the company.
  • Catchphrase: "Oh you better recognize just who the hell I am".
  • Cool Mask: Unlike the other members, D'Lo wore a more firm mask with sunglasses where the eye holes should be.
    • Fridge Brilliance: Covered every inch of his skin so his color didn't give him away.
  • Demoted to Extra: As a Road Agent and Head of Talent Relations. Reversed when he was revealed as the VP.
  • The Dragon
  • Evil Sounds Deep: Via a voice changer.
  • Genius Bruiser: Is a Certified Public Accountant; this isn't Wrestling Doesn't Pay, because he never brings it up.
  • Hot-Blooded
  • Jive Turkey
  • Lightning Bruiser
  • Leotard of Power: Initially when he was still an active wrestler, before being Demoted to Extra.
  • The Mole: Was one working on the inside of TNA for the group.
    • Fridge Brilliance comes into mind as he was the one who got Wes Brisco a contract with TNA since he was a part of The Gutcheck judges for him and voted yes for him getting him a spot on the roster.
      • He even orchestrated Al Snow's disappearance so he could be a judge that week.
      • He also orchestrated Matt Morgan getting into the building a couple of times when Morgan was thought to be out of the company. While Morgan doesn't seem to be involved with Aces & Eights, he has a vendetta against Hogan and a newfound penchant for booting Hogan's favorites, which could prove useful.
  • Put on a Bus
  • Small Name, Big Ego: As a Heel.
  • You Have Failed Me: After losing an "I Quit" Match to Kurt Angle, Bully Ray strips him of his jacket and chews him out. After he costs DOC his match directly afterwards, he's demoted straight to the bottom of the pecking order before being kicked out altogether.

Monty Brown

Christian Cage (William Jason Reso)

Don Callis

Chris Candido

Christopher Daniels (Daniel Covell)

Delirious (Hunter Johnston)

Simon Diamond (Pat Kenney)

Julio Dinero (Brian Wall)

  • Hijacked by Ganon: Father James Mitchell took the Gathering (Punk and Dinero) away from Raven.
  • The Jannetty: To CM Punk and Alexis Laree (Mickie James) in the Gathering

Shane Douglas (Troy Martin)

Sonjay Dutt (Retesh Bhalla)

Ekmo

Glenn Gilbertti/Disco Inferno

Jeff Hardy/Willow

Chris Harris

Daizee Haze

Chris Hero

Lance Hoyt

Jeff Jarrett

Frankie Kazarian (Frank Gerdelman)

Kid Kash (David Cash)

La Parka (Adolfo Tapia)

Jerry Lynn

Low Ki/Senshi (Brandon Silvestry)

Kevin Nash

Psicosis (Dionicio Castellanos Torres)

CM Punk (Phil Brooks)

Raven (Scott Levy)

Rhino (Terry Gerin)

Dustin Rhodes/Black Reign (Dustin Runnels)

Sabu (Terry Brunk)

Samoa Joe (Joel Seanoa)

The Sandman (Jim Fullington)

Perry Saturn (Perry Satullo)

Ken Shamrock

Shark Boy

  • Affectionate Parody: Did an impersonation of "Stone Cold" Steve Austin in 2008 after waking up from a Coma. Even having his own take on his catchphrase "Give me a Shell Yeah!"
  • Amusing Injuries: During the end of 07 and beginning of 08 he was noticably wrapped up in bandages and one time walked to the ring to compete in crutches
  • Finishing Move: Dead Sea Drop, the Chummer (Stunner)
  • Parts Unknown: "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea", "The Deep Blue Sea"
  • Put on a Bus: Though he occasionally makes appearances.
  • Threatening Shark: Parodied. One of his big spots was the "Shark Bite," where he would bite his opponent's butt.
  • Took a Level in Badass: When Shark Boy competed in a match you can usually expect him to lose but put up a good effort. When he wake up from his coma and started imitating Stone Cold not only was he able to talk, he started winning as well.
  • The Voiceless: Until the above transformation

Elix Skipper

Norman Smiley

Sting (Steve Borden)

Roderick Strong (Chris Lindsey)

AJ Styles (Allen Jones)

Tempest (Chris Ford)

Petey Williams (Peter Williams III)

  • Canada, Eh?
  • Foreign Wrestling Heel: As a member of Team Canada.
  • Groin Attack: Puts his opponent upside down in the turnbuckle and steps on their groin and starts singing O Canada.
  • Hot-Blooded: Became this when Scott Steiner took him under his wing.
  • Put on a Bus: Was pinned in a Loser Leaves (the stipulation only applying to whoever was pinned) tag match while teaming with Eric Young against Beer Money in February '09.
    • The Bus Came Back: In 2013, Williams resurfaced to compete once more in the X-Division.
  • Red Baron: Went by The Canadian Destroyer, Maple Leaf Muscle, and Little Petey Pump.
  • Underwearof Power: After he started working with Scott Steiner.
  • Worthy Opponent: Chris Sabin was his when both were in TNA and feuded in the X Division, the two having graduated the same year and training camp as well.

Eric Young (Jeremy Fritz)

     The Angle Era (2006–2009) 

Kurt Angle

Rasheed Lucius Creed / "Consequences" Creed (Austin Watson)

Curry Man ( Daniel Covell)

  • Brick Joke: In 2008, he competed in Feast or Fired and was fired. In 2013, he was scheduled to compete in Feast or Fired...and voluntarily walked out after the match began.
  • Casanova Wannabe: Liked to flirt with the Knockouts, usually didn't work.
  • Comically Missing the Point: When he got the fired case in Feast or Fired, he thought he was getting a title shot.
  • Genre Savvy: See Brick Joke above. He explained in his #IMPACT365 video after the fact that he wasn't taking the chance after what happened last time.
  • Mask Power
  • Nice Hat: And has a plate of curry on it.
  • Put on a Bus: Was forced to leave in 2008 cause he got the Fired Case.
    • Running Gag: Part of the rather unfunny "Christopher Daniels gets the fired case every time no matter the gimmick" gag.
    • The Bus Came Back: Resurfaced in 2013 as one of Ethan Carter III's opponents and has stuck around.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Shark Boy's red which is odd considering he usually dresses in Red and Yellow whilst Shark Boy's main color is Blue.

"The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero (Elijah Burke)

Junior Fatu (Solofa Fatu Jr.)

Mick Foley

Shawn Hernandez

Homicide (Nelson Erazo)

Jay Lethal (Jay Shipman)

Brutus Magnus (Nick Aldis)

  • Breakup Breakout: Out of all his former partners in TNA, he's definitely in the best position right now. Douglas Williams was Demoted to Extra, Desmond Wolfe was Put on a Bus, and Samoa Joe remains a very solid midcard act, while Magnus rules the world.
  • Broken Pedestal: Despite his character's revolving door, his latest Face-Heel Turn practically begged to invoke this trope, which it finally did when ex-Main Event Mafia members started confronting him over the title.
  • Celebrity Resemblance: There's at least three somewhat famous actors (two English, one Australian) he could pass as a brother to.
  • Catch Phrase: "Ladies and gentlemen, this is your champion speaking..."
  • Cool Shades
  • Deal with the Devil: Joining Team Dixie at Impact Wrestling: Final Resolution to become World Heavyweight Champion can be seen as this, especially after he spent the entire night alluding to his opponent having done the same thing three years ago with Immortal.
  • Dragon-in-Chief: Gradually became this to Dixie Carter. It finally peaked at Lockdown, when his title reign officially outlasted her control of wrestling operations and he outright said in an interview afterwards that she's outlived her usefulness.
  • Face Heel Revolving Door: Since leaving the British Invasion for good, anyway.
  • Foreign Wrestling Heel: As part of both The British Invasion and World Elite.
    • Largely averted in his new World Title "Reign of Magnus" Face-Heel Turn; his nationality has nothing to do with why he's a villain now.
  • Hey, It's That Guy!: Those in the UK might look at him and remember a guy called Oblivion.
  • Last Name Basis: Dropped the name Brutus in 2010, aside from a brief stint in "Ring Ka King".
  • Level Grinding: His over-five-year road to becoming TNA World Heavyweight Champion has consisted of him gradually getting better year by year, both kayfabe and otherwise.
  • Nice Hat: During the brief London Brawling run with Desmond Wolfe.
  • Reality Subtext: His storylines involving the Main Event Mafia and selling out to Dixieland have a lot of basis in how he's always been considered the "future of the company" by both management and fellow talent alike in Real Life.
  • Red Baron: The Modern Day Gladiator (former), The Mag Daddy (current/occasional).
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Part of two straight gimmicks for him, starting in late 2013.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: As a heel. Subverted in his latest run; his ego is no doubt bigger than ever, but so is his name.
  • Underwear of Power

Matt Morgan

Al Snow

Suicide/Manik (formerly Frank Gerdelman, Daniel Covell, and Akira Kawabata, currently TJ Perkins)

Rob Terry

(Travis David) Tomko

Douglas Williams (Douglas Durdle)

  • The Ace: He can match AJ Styles move for move and then get the better of him, he qualifies.
  • Archenemy: The X-Division, who he insinuates states loudly is a league of Spot Monkeys.
  • Breakup Breakout: A more subtle example (the breakup was more low-key) as he's become the more successful of the British Invasion.
  • Foreign Wrestling Heel: Fits this trope much better than Desmond as he actively hates American style aerial wrestling, as opposed to his European style.
  • Hypocrite: As much as he talks about the glory of ground and pound wrestling, he's started using a Tornado DDT.
    • Justified in that he didn't use the X-Division flyers' own medicine on them until that one point in the match where it became a finishing blow.
  • Put on a Bus: Hasn't been appearing that often very much anymore as he's been working and training wrestlers in OVW as he's a trainer there now.
    • Officially removed from the TNA roster in June 2013.
  • Suplex Finisher: Chaos Theory, which is a roll-through into a German Suplex.

Desmond Wolfe (Steven Haworth)

  • Badass Longcoat
  • Bald of Evil
  • Cool Shades
  • Combat Pragmatist: Uses weapons, frames his opponents and lies like a madman to get an edge on his opponent.
  • Demoted to Extra -> Put on a Bus: He constantly punked out Kurt Angle within his debut, at one point ranked at #1 on the TNA online poll, and seemed to be on his way to becoming a member of Fourtune. After months of jobbing he and Douglas Williams seemed to switch places between who's partnering with Magnus and who's with Fortune, not to mention Wolfe was stuck in a dysfunctional relationship with Chelsea. Just when the London Brawling team was about to get some traction, Wolfe's medical issues caught up to him so much that he was forced to take a leave of absence.
    • The Bus Came Back: For refueling, apparently. He would return in a brief stint as the "Xplosion Commissioner" before being released and going on a retirement tour.
  • Foreign Wrestling Heel: Somewhat subverted as he's much less of a British jerk than a jerk that happens to be British.
  • Hey, It's That Guy!: Oh hi there Nigel McGuinness, what happened to your hair?
  • Jerkass
  • The Masochism Tango: With Chelsea since his match with Abyss.
  • Real Life Writes the Plot: Wolfe had various health issues in the later half of 2010 that limited his wrestling and eventually caused his release and retirement.
  • Underwear of Power

     Hogan Rising (2010–2012) 

Hulk Hogan (Terry Bollea)

Garrett Bischoff

  • Deceptive Disciple: To Kurt Angle.
  • Easily-Distracted Referee: Whenever Immortal needed it.
  • Fragile Speedster
  • Not So Different: His father was a long time neutral party in WCW before turning heel and joining the nWo. In Garrett's first months in TNA he was a neutral party as well. Eventually he helped to drive his dad out of TNA as a Face. Now he's a member of Aces & Eights.
    • Taken even further when you realize his dad's a major motorcycle buff. What kind of a gang is Aces & Eights again?
  • Obfuscating Stupidity: As a referee under the name "Jackson James". Made ridiculous mistakes (in Immortal's favour, of course) and people assumed it was just because he was new to the refereeing business.
  • Smug Snake: Has inherited his father's smugness ever since he was revealed as a member of Aces & Eights.
  • Wrestling Family: His father is Eric Bischoff.

Wes Brisco

Crimson (Tommy Mercer)

Tommy Dreamer (Thomas Laughlin)

Ric Flair (Richard Fliehr)

Jessie Godderz

Chavo Guerrero Jr

Matt Hardy

Zema Ion (Michael Paris)

Orlando Jordan

Kenny King (Kenny Layne)

Bobby Lashley

Mr. Ken Anderson

Stevie Richards/Dr. Stevie (Michael Manna)

Robbie E (Rob Strauss)

Joey Ryan (Joseph Ryan Meehan)

Samuel Shaw

Jesse Sorensen

  • Game-Breaking Injury: Suffered a injury at Against All Odds to Zema Ion that put him on the shelf for the better part of a year. He quit active wrestling so he wouldn't be at risk again, and now works backstage.
  • I Have the High Ground
  • Jerk Jock: Averted despite being a former High School QB and often seen carrying a football around, he's one of the more nicer guys around.
  • Put on a Bus: Was moved backstage, he was officially removed from the TNA roster in June 2013. Then was let go from TNA not long after due to budget cost.
  • Underwear of Power

Rob Van Dam (Rob Szatkowski)

     Age of #365 (2013–present) 

Dewey Barnes (real name unknown)

  • Hey, It's That Guy!: Those familiar with the Tennessee Indy wrestling scene may know him as White Tiger. He even wore his White Tiger gear to the ring for his TNA debut.
  • Jobber
  • Parts Unknown: Occasionally billed as "from the merchandise stand", which is his usual job.
  • Squash Match: Invariably on the receiving end of one of these.

Jay Bradley (Bradley Bradley)

Ethan Carter III (Michael Hutter)

Norv Fernum (Peter Hernandez)

(Seiya) Sanada

Rockstar Spud (James Curtin)

Ultimate Tiger/Tigre Uno (real name unknown)

     Tag Teams 

Beer Money, Inc.

James Storm (James Cox)

Bobby Roode

  • Affably Evil: Just two guys that love beer and money, they'd probably have been great to hang out with if/when they weren't trying to beat the crap out of you.
  • Bash Brothers: When they were trying to beat the crap out of you. It's what a tag team is, yes, but notable because of how good they were at it and the fact that they briefly kept it up even as singles stars until Roode turned.
  • Catch Phrase: BEER!!! MONEY!!!
  • Odd Couple: James Storm is a southern born fun loving guy that's somewhat dim at times, Robert Roode is a Canadian born serious fellow that's usually on top of things, together they would win Tag Team Titles.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Not color coded, but James Storm is the Red (loud, agressive cowboy) and Robert Roode is the Blue (businessman, technical wrestler).
    • This has actually been turned up since their split.
  • Those Two Bad Guys: In Fortune.
  • Underwear of Power

Generation Me

Jeremy Buck (Nick Massie)

Max Buck (Matt Massie)

Gunner and Murphy

Gunner (Chad Lail)

Murphy (Michael Cole)

Ink Inc

Shannon Moore

Jesse Neal

The Motor City Machine Guns

Chris Sabin (Joshua Harter)

Alex Shelley (Patrick Martin)

The Nasty Boys

The Naturals:

Andy Douglas

Chase Stevens

The Rock N Roll Express

Ricky Morton (Richard Morton)

Robert Gibson (Ruben Cain)

Team 3D

Brother/Bully Ray (Mark LoMonaco)

Brother Devon (Devon Hughes)

Brother Runt (Matt Hyson)

The Wolves

Davey Richards

Eddie Edwards

    Stables 

Aces & Eights

[President] Bully Ray (Mark LoMonaco)

[1st Vice President] D'Lo Brown (Accie Connor)

[1st Sgt. at Arms] Devon (Devon Hughes)

[2nd Vice President] Mr. Anderson

[2nd Sgt. at Arms] Tito Ortiz (Jacob Ortiz)

Director Of Chaos/DOC (Drew Hankinson)

Knux/Knoxx (Michael Hettinga)

Taz (Peter Senercia)

Wes Brisco

Garett Bischoff

Brooke Tessmacher (Brooke Adams)

Ivelisse Velez

Other masked members (CJ O'Doyle, Unknown Others)

The Beautiful People

A stable that over its years has consisted of Angelina Love, Velvet Sky, Madison Rayne, and Lacey Von Erich (plus Kip James). Their mission was to "cleanse TNA one ugly person at a time".

Angelina Love (Lauren Williams)

  • Action Girl
  • Alpha Bitch: Mentioned again for Love because early TBP was centered around getting her the KO title and humiliating all the other Knockouts.
  • Berserk Button: Any threat to Winter, since the two of them united.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Winter drugged her into this state as part of a successful attempt to convince her that they were meant to work together, turning her against Velvet in the process.
  • Canada, Eh?: She's from Toronto.
  • Put on a Bus: Twice. The first time was due to a snafu with her work Visa. The second was by her own choice.
  • Role Ending Misdemeanor: TNA released her in September 2009 after she found herself facing deportation due to not having a legal work visa. Eventually, everything was resolved.

Velvet Sky (Jamie Szantyr)

  • Action Girl
  • The Artifact: Velvet is the only one still doing the general-plate Beautiful People gimmick. As a face.
  • Big Applesauce: She's billed from "The Big Apple."
  • Determinator: During the last few weeks of her second Knockouts Title reign, Velvet wrestled (and won) title matches through a knee injury, which was ar least partially legit.
  • Groin Attack: Has become victim of this more than once.
  • Informed Ability: For some, Velvet's "wrestling ability" is one of these.
  • Mean Character, Nice Actor: Her character has definitely gotten progressively nicer over time, but compare that to her and Rosita in real life collecting food supplies and taking them to people in need in less attractive boroughs of the New York/New Jersey area who were pretty much left out to dry by the government and media in the wake of Hurricane Sandy's devastation.
  • Put on a Bus: By her own choice.
  • Shaking The Rump: Does this very often on the ring apron. As Taz would say "Let the pigeons loose!"
  • Took a Level in Badass: After the Beautiful People split.
    • And then again after her return.

Madison Rayne (Ashley Simmons)

Lacey Von Erich (Lacey Adkisson)

Cute Kip (Monty Sopp)

See Kip James in 3 Live Kru

Main Event Mafia

Kurt Angle

"Rampage" Jackson (Quinton Ramone Jackson)

Samoa Joe (Joel Seanoa)

Kevin Nash

Magnus (Nick Aldis)

Scott Steiner

Sharmell (Sharmell Sullivan-Huffman)

Sting (Steve Borden)

Booker T (Booker Huffman)

3 Live Kru/4 Live Kru

(Brian Gerard) BG James

Kip James (Monty Sopp)

Ron Killings

Konnan (Carlos Moises)

Team Canada

Scott D'Amore

  • Canada, Eh?
  • Dirty Coward
  • Foreign Wrestling Heel: Always down playing Americans and claiming Canadians were superior athletes.
  • Fat Bastard: He loves his Canadian Bacon that's for sure.
  • Put on a Bus
  • Smug Snake: One of the biggest examples as he was TNA's Bobby Heenan and like this all the time especially whenever Team Canada is there to protect him or he did something illegal and didn't get caught. When he's all alone however and there's no one to protect him, his attitude quickly changes and he's begging for mercy. Faces like Styles and Rhino ignored his pleas as they pummeled him.
  • Weapon of Choice: A Hockey Stick, attached to a Canadian Flag.

Petey Williams (Peter Williams III)

See TNA Originals.

Eric Young (Jeremy Fritz)

See TNA Originals.

Bobby Roode

Johnny Devine (John Parsonage)

A-1 (Alastair Ralphs)

Fortune

Ric Flair (Richard Fliehr)

AJ Styles (Allen Jones)

Kazarian (Frank Gerdelman)

Robert "Bobby" Roode

James Storm (James Cox)

Douglas Williams (Douglas Durdle)

Matt Morgan

Christopher Daniels (Daniel Covell)

    Knockouts 

Awesome Kong (Kia Stevens)

Brittany (Santana Garrett)

  • Girl Next Door
  • Hey, It's That Girl: Known for working on the independent scene under her real name. Could also be seen in TNA in 2010 as the valet for Orlando Jordan.

Daffney (Shannon Spruill)

Alpha Female (Marie Kristin Gabert)

  • Amazonian Beauty / Brawn Hilda: Depending on your perspective. The former is certainly true if you're Chris Sabin.
  • Dark Action Girl
  • Establishing Character Moment: Two of them during the 2014 UK tour. If you watch Xplosion, you saw her debut in a match against ODB that turned into a fight in which both girls got disqualified for pushing around a referee and then kept going after each other for a minute after that. If you just watch Impact, you saw her for the first time when Chris Sabin summoned her to the ring in an utter demolishing of Velvet Sky.
  • Names to Run Away From Really Fast
  • Statuesque Stunner: At 6'1, 191 pounds, she stands bigger and taller than some X-Division guys.
  • Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: The huge girl to Chris Sabin's tiny guy.

Alissa Flash (Melissa Anderson)

Francine (Francine Fournier)

(Ayako) Hamada

Christy Hemme

Mickie James

Gail Kim

Jackie Moore

Lei'D Tapa (Seini Draughn)

Miss Brooke Tessmacher (Brooke Adams)

  • Breakup Breakout: Was The Jannetty for Extreme Expose since she disappeared off the radar until she resurfaced in TNA. Now since winning the Knockout and Tag Titles she's on even footing.
  • Canon Name: All three of them, at various points in her TNA career:
    • Started without "Brooke" after being hired as Eric Bischoff's secretary.
    • Dropped "Miss" and regained "Brooke" when she became a regular wrestler.
    • Went back to "Miss" when Brooke Hogan was hired.
    • Returned to "Brooke" when Brooke Hogan left.
    • Dropped "Tessmacher", now only going by "Brooke", after performing a heel turn and becoming the valet of Bully Ray.
  • Hey, It's That Guy!: Was one of the members of WWE's Extreme Expose with Layla and Kelly Kelly.
  • May-December Romance: With Bully Ray.
  • One Steve Limit: Is back to being called Miss Tessmacher after the controversial hiring of Brooke Hogan. Subverted in that other wrestlers and even Brooke Hogan herself still call her Brooke.
    • Part of a very well-done swerve on the August 22nd 2013 edition on Impact: when Bully Ray was making all those calls to "Brooke", that wasn't Brooke Hogan he was calling. It was Tessmacher.
    • Now that Brooke Hogan is gone, she has reclaimed her first name.
  • Sexy Secretary: Was one for Eric Bischoff when she first debuted.
  • Shaking The Rump: Does this quite often.
    • When twerking became hugely popular (largely due to Miley Cyrus)... You can imagine the fun she had with that.

Ms. (Traci) Brooks (Tracy Brookshaw)

ODB (Jessica Kresa)

Rosita (Thea Trinidad)

Roxxi Laveaux (Nicole Raczynski)

  • Bald of Awesome: After getting her head shaved.
  • Garbage Wrestler: As the "Hardcore Knockout".
  • Hollywood Voodoo: She at least dressed the part as the "Voodoo Queen" as the valet for the Voodoo Kin Mafia.
  • Impersonation Gambit: On the September 25 (taped September 17), 2008 TNA Impact, she disguised herself as Raisha Saeed and hit Awesome Kong with a chair and then took off the hood to reveal who she really was. Raisha then made her way out revealing that she had been tied up backstage.
  • Important Haircut: Compliments of the Beautiful People after losing a match to Gail Kim.
  • New Orleans: Billed from there.
  • Only One Name: Just went by Roxxi after her head was shaved.
  • Put on a Bus: Several times.
  • Red Baron: First "Voodoo Queen" then the "Hardcore Knockout".

Sarita (Sarah Stock)

Tara (Lisa Marie Varon)

Taryn Terrell (Taryn Nicole Terrell)

Toxxin (Christina Maria Kardooni)

Ivelisse Velez

  • Hey, It's That Girl!: Was in WWE as Sofia Cortez, one of the AntiDivas (alongside Paige) on FCW. Was also on WWE's last Tough Enough.

Taylor Wilde (Shantelle Malawski)

Winter (Katarina Waters)

     Managers, Valets and Announcers 

Jeremy Borash

Scott D'Amore

  • Canada, Eh?
  • Dirty Coward
  • Foreign Wrestling Heel: Always down playing Americans and claiming Canadians were superior athletes.
  • Fat Bastard: He loves his Canadian Bacon that's for sure.
  • Put on a Bus
  • Smug Snake: One of the biggest examples as he was TNA's Bobby Heenan and like this all the time especially whenever Team Canada is there to protect him or he did something illegal and didn't get caught. When he's all alone however and there's no one to protect him, his attitude quickly changes and he's begging for mercy. Faces like Styles and Rhino ignored his pleas as they pummeled him.
  • Weapon of Choice: A Hockey Stick, attached to a Canadian Flag.

Jimmy Hart

Karen Jarrett (formerly Angle, nee Smedley)

"Father" James Mitchell

Taz (Peter Senercia)

Mike Tenay

SoCal Val (Valerie Wyndham)

Don West

     TNA President Dixie Carter 

Dixie Carter-Salinas

The President of TNA Wrestling following her family's acquisition of the company in early 2003. First started making on-screen appearances in 2009.


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