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TNA Hard To Kill 2024 UK Time: Start Time in GMT

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The TNA Wrestling event, Hard to Kill, marks a significant return to the wrestling scene, scheduled for January 13, 2024.

UK fans can catch all the action starting at 1 a.m. GMT on January 14, ensuring a thrilling late-night experience for wrestling enthusiasts.

TNA Hard To Kill 2024: Event Details and Viewing Options

Hard to Kill 2024 promises an electrifying atmosphere at the Palms Casino Resort in Nevada, a venue capable of hosting over a thousand spectators.

For those unable to attend in person, the event will be available for live streaming on FITE/Triller TV. The pay-per-view price is set at $39.99, offering fans a chance to witness the high-octane action from the comfort of their homes.

TNA Hard To Kill 2024: Star-Studded Lineup

The event features a stellar card, headlined by Alex Shelley defending the TNA World Title against former champion Moose.

The TNA X Division Title will see Chris Sabin in a three-way match against El Hijo del Vikingo and Kushida.

Fans of the Knockouts division will be treated to Trinity defending her title against Jordynne Grace, alongside an Ultimate X match, a unique blend of athleticism and strategy.


  • What time does TNA Hard to Kill 2024 start in the UK?
    • The event begins at 1 a.m. GMT on January 14, 2024.
  • Where can I watch TNA Hard to Kill 2024 in the UK?
    • It will be available for streaming on FITE/Triller TV.
  • How much does it cost to watch the event?
    • The pay-per-view price is $39.99.
  • Where is the event being held?
    • At the Palms Casino Resort in Nevada.
  • Who are some of the key wrestlers participating?
    • Alex Shelley, Moose, Chris Sabin, El Hijo del Vikingo, Kushida, Trinity, Jordynne Grace, and many more.
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