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TNA Wrestling: British Boot Camp is a British reality television programme focusing on the professional wrestling industry. The programme documents the careers of four British professional wrestlers who are seeking a contract with the American professional wrestling promotion Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA). The series was commissioned from TNA Productions by BSkyB and aired on Challenge from 1–22 January 2013.

TNA Wrestling: British Boot Camp is both the first non-game show commissioned for Challenge by BSkyB and the first American professional wrestling programme exclusively created and broadcast for the British market. The commissioning of the series reflected a commitment by BSkyB to invest £600 million in British-made television content by 2014. The show's executive producer is veteran TNA Wrestling announcer Jeremy Borash, who created the show and edited the programme himself.

Season 1

Synopsis

The programme follows "four of Britain's most promising wrestlers" who attempt to receive a contract from TNA. The wrestlers are mentored by veteran professional wrestlers such as Hulk Hogan and Rollerball Rocco. Footage for the show was shot at locations around London, including a challenge in front of the crowd at PROGRESS Wrestling, and in the US.

The season finale saw the four wrestlers perform at the Impact Wrestling Zone in Orlando, Florida in the United States. The wrestler(s) who received a contract with TNA will have the opportunity to perform at a TNA live event at Wembley Arena in London in January 2013 as part of TNA's "Road to Lockdown" tour of the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Cast

Contestants

Mentors

Other wrestling personalities

Production

TNA announced on 5 September 2012 that it had completed filming of TNA Wrestling: British Boot Camp. The show's executive producer is TNA announcer Jeremy Borash. The series was originally scheduled to air in December 2012, but was moved back to January 2013.

Season 2

Synopsis

The programme followed "twelve of Britain's most promising wrestlers" who competed to receive a contract from TNA.

Cast

Contestants

Mentors

Other wrestling personalities

See also

External links

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