10 Best TNA PPV Main Events Ever

10 best PPV main events in TNA history

Despite all of its backstage issues, TV network trouble, and Dixie Carter, TNA Wrestling is still with us and is still churning out content for its dedicated fanbase. 

The company once known as Total Nonstop Action - or TNA, because they just couldn’t help themselves - has overcome some considerable odds to stay alive, thanks in part to the amazing matches it has put on since its formation in 2002. 

This list is not going to include any of the weekly pay-per-views that the company ran during its early days, instead beginning at their first official major show, Victory Road 2004. 

These are the 10 best pay-per-view main events in TNA history. 

10. Samoa Joe vs. Kurt Angle - Genesis 2006

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Spoiler: this is not the first time you’ll be seeing these two men in the same match on this list. 

Genesis 2006 was built around what many considered to be a dream match. Kurt Angle, who had debuted for TNA just one month earlier after years as one of WWE’s top stars, was booked to square off against one of the promotion’s biggest names, the ruthless Samoa Joe. 

These two competitors were tailor-made for each other.

Both were insane athletes who married strength, power, and speed to great effect, and they were ruthless, blood-thirsty killers, who would stop at nothing to crush their opponents.

Although this encounter only lasted 14 minutes, both guys threw everything they had at each other, hitting stiff strikes, vicious suplexes, and spectacular dives in this brutal, bloody affair. 

In the end, Angle made Joe tap, breaking his 18-month undefeated streak and damn near snapping his ankle in the process. A great opening battle between these two icons, but the best was still yet to come.

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