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TNAutograph Fest Returns to Montreal on July 21 – PWMania

TNAutograph Fest Returns to Montreal on July 21 – PWMania
TNAutograph Fest Returns to Montreal on July 21 – PWMania

TNA has released the following:

TNAutograph Fest returns to Montreal on Sunday, July 21, with Slammiversary Edition for autographs, photo ops and more

Approximately 20 TNA stars will greet fans at the Verdun Auditorium immediately following the show, including Matt Hardy, Joe Hendry, Nic Nemeth, Jordynne Grace, Ash By Elegance, PCO and Santino Marella

By popular demand, the TNAutograph Fest will return on Sunday, July 21st, right after the TNA show at the Verdun Auditorium ends (approximately 7:30pm). The TNAutograph Fest will feature performances by approximately 20 TNA stars and will be held at the Verdun Auditorium.

Admission to the TNAutograph Fest is free for TNA show attendees. The TNAutograph Fest features autograph opportunities and commemorative photos with select TNA stars.

The lineup for The TNAutograph Fest on Sunday, July 21st includes Moose, Matt Hardy, Nic Nemeth, Jordynne Grace, Santino Marella, Joe Hendry, Ash By Elegance, Eric Young, Mike Santana and Josh Alexander. Also confirmed for The TNAutogrph Fest are Tommy Dreamer, Gail Kim and local heroes “Speedball” Mike Bailey and PCO, plus his “love interest” Steph De Lander.

Fans can purchase tickets for the TNAutograph Fest starting WEDNESDAY, JULY 10th via tnamerch.com.

For all TNA stars appearing at the TNAutograph Fest, fans can purchase: (1) an autograph ticket for a TNA-provided color 8×10 photo or one autograph on a custom item, (2) a photo shoot with the TNA star (on their phone or camera), or (3) a combo ticket valid for both an autographed 8×10 photo and a photo shoot with the wrestler.

TNA Wrestling returns to Montreal for the first time since 2011, hosting the 20th annual Slammiversary on Saturday night, July 20 at the Verdun Auditorium. Slammiversary is one of the biggest events of the year for TNA Wrestling – a showcase event that will celebrate the company’s 22nd year in business in 2024. Slammiversary will air live around the world on pay-per-view with every TNA Championship on the line.

The countdown to Slammiversary begins at 7:00 PM EDT, followed by Slammiversary at 8:00 PM EDT.

On Sunday, July 21, TNA’s television vans will be covering all the in-ring action for upcoming episodes of the company’s weekly TV show, which airs Thursdays at 8:00 p.m. EDT (AXS TV in the U.S., Fight Network in Canada). Sunday’s TNA show begins at 5:00 p.m.

Tickets for both Montreal shows are on sale now via TNAWrestling.com.