TNA is known to interfere with the booking of promotions that use "its" talent or talent it wants to have. "Its" being in parenthesis because TNA wrestlers are supposed to be independently contracted, allowing them to work where they want and other people to do what they want with them, so long as the wrestlers themselves agree. Some standout examples include insistence Amazing Kong not lose the NWA Women's world championship clean and insistence that the Motor (or rather, Murder) City Machine Guns could not lose to the Ring Of Honor Tag Team Champions The Kings Of Wrestling. In the former case, MsChif won the title by count out (which is supposed to be impossible) and in the latter the Briscoes ran out and caused a disqualification (which used to be grounds for firing per the code of honor, a code which is now all but useless because of stuff like this).
TNA has also been on the receiving end of this kind of meddling, such as Spike TV's insistence of using Impact to promote Bellator.
Fan Community Nickname: In the same way that Cheff Jeff Hardy fans are called the Creatures of the Night, D'Angelo Dinero calls his fans the Congregation.
No Export for You and Screwed by the Network: Averted. In the UK, TNA aired on a channel called Bravo. It was taken over by Sky, who closed it down. As Sky already airs WWE, it was assumed that TNA would be dropped, but Sky put it on game show channel Challenge instead, which at the same time got launched on Freeview to replace Channel One, thereby increasing TNA's audience instead of removing it!
But inverted in the U.S. TNA's B-Show, Xplosion, isn't aired anywhere on U.S. TV, and is only shows in foreign markets. It is pretty easy to find online, however.
Rashad Cameron's "Mr 360" is a repurposed version of Jerrelle Clark's "Mr 630".
Taeler Hendrix's theme is an instrumental version of Jenna Morasca's theme.
Mason Andrews uses an instrumental remix of Jeff Hardy's "Modest".
Taken Up to Eleven with "Sacrifice". It was originally used as the theme of the first PPV of the same name, and is repeatedly used as a stock theme. It has been used for, most recently, Gunner, Murphy and Alex Silva.
Role Ending Misdemeanor: TNA released Angelina Love in September 2009 after she found herself facing deportation due to not having a legal work visa. Eventually, everything was resolved.