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Team Britain didn't have a major role in TNA 2004 America's X-Cup as the Cup was mostly highlighted by Team Canada, Team Mexico (or Team AAA), and Team USA (or Team NWA). Team Britain would face off against Team Mexico on April 7, 2004 in a losing effort. They did not partake in the World X-Cup event in May.
Team Britain was slated to return to TNA for the 2006 World X-Cup Tournament. When Team Canada's coach Scott D'Amore mentioned his Team's (so far) lack of involvement in the World X Cup he referred to a "Team UK" (first thought to be a possible misnaming of Team Britain) while listing a host of other possible entries. The return of the team and its participants were confirmed on the March 17, 2006 in a press release on the Frontier Wrestling Alliance (FWA):
‘The Wonderkid’ Jonny Storm, ‘The Phoenix’ Jody Fleisch and ‘The Anarchist’ Doug Williams will put differences aside when they travel to America to represent Team UK in the TNA X Division Cup in mid-May. The three FWA stars will be joined by ROH’s Nigel McGuinness in the British squad to compete against teams from other countries for the X Cup in Florida.
However, Team Britain became the only team that did not return to the tournament due to its members having conflicting schedules.
- Note: The 2006 team was reported and confirmed, but ultimately did not partake in the TNA 2006 World X-Cup Tournament