Initials for Total Nonstop Action.
A wrestling company founded in Tennessee owned by Dixie Carter. It used to be a company worth watching, but after Hulk Hogan and Eric Bishoff took over, the company went downhill from there.
TNA used to be a good show, I acually prefered it over the WWE once. But since Hogan and Jackoff Bishoff took over and got rid of the legendary six sided ring, it's getting old now.
by xMc10v1nx January 11, 2012
typical negro activity. a was to describe a negros typical action.
"dude did you see that black guys dance after he scored a touchdown on monday night football" "dude that was just some TNA"
by typical negro activity November 19, 2011
Total Nonstop Action.

A cutting-edge wrestling promotion co-owned by Jeff Jarrett and his father. With more funds and major talent acquisitions it is one day likely to prove as worthy competition for the WWE on television.

Regardless, it is consistently proving itself as the superior product which focuses purely on the wrestling aspect, rather than broadcasting degrading, second-rate segments featuring ditzy, whorish Divas with no technical wrestling abilities.
I'd rather watch the high-flying antics of the 'Phenomenal' AJ Styles on TNA than the same muscle-headed egomaniac give a 20 minute monologue every week.
by Reju January 04, 2006
The best wrestling company in the world. People may bash it, and say fired WWE guys go there. Sting is there, everyone knows who Sting is. I could name 3 times the WWE used the same storyline with 3 different wrestlers. Stone Cold, The Rock (when stone cold was out on the neck surgery), and John Cena. Defiant champion, no friends, fan love him, GM hates him. TNA may not have the million dollar budget, but it's a joy to see wrestling on a wrestling show. I was surprized when i started watching it after the first ECW One Night Stand. That PPV showed me what wrestling should be. TNA focuses on the wrestling, which is what a wrestling company should do. The women in TNA that wrestle actually do so as good as guys i've seen in WWE and in TNA. They are sexy regardless, they don't need to flaunt it like WWE does and not focus on their ability to perform wrestling. A lingerie pillow fight, are you kidding me? Even Team 3D (the Dudleyz) said in an interview that TNA is run and feels like ECW did back in the day. I see the only difference is that they have money. I mean they've had 2 barb wire matches at different PPVs within one year of each other. The closest WWE got was putting barb wire out of the way on top of a steel cage. I converted people to TNA from being die hard WWE fans. I mean the moves some of these guys in their X-Division do are unbelievable. TNA = Innovation. WWE = Worst Wrestling Ever. You want new innovative moves with story lines that are new every month, watch TNA. You want Father Time Flair to keep wrestling when his time has come and gone, and recycled story lines and the same boring moves in every match, watch WWE. The old WWE wrestlers constantly make fun of WWE. the Dudleyz hated working for WWE, but they had families to support. When TNA called them, they went running from WWE because they had enough of Vince's bullsh*t. If you disagree, or want to try and prove to me that they're not as good as WWE, use my e-mail. For the open-minded that agree, use my e-mail too, always nice to hear from the TNA faithful.
Christian Cage (formerly Christian of WWE) his first night on TNA iMPACT!: "I'm not here because I got fired." "When I was younger I had two choices. Go to WCW or WWE." "One show was iinovative and new. It was WWE and that's where I went." "Recently my contract was ending and TNA called me. I looked at their company and they were new and innovative, so I made the decision to come where the competition is."
by April 18, 2008

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