The following was issued on TNAwrestling.com:

TOTAL NONSTOP ACTION (TNA) WRESTLING OPENS THE ?TNA VIDEO VAULT? EXCLUSIVELY ONLINE AT TNAVIDEOVAULT.COM

FANS CAN NOW ACCESS THE ENTIRE TNA HOME VIDEO LIBRARY ON-DEMAND FEATURING OVER 200 HOURS OF CONTENT PREVIOUSLY RELEASED ONLY ON DVD

Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling announced today that it has launched ?TNA Video Vault,? an online view-on-demand service for TNA pay-per-view events, specialty features and soon monthly programming by subscription.

?TNA Video Vault is a ground breaking product for a home video studio, a cornerstone in our commitment to digital distribution, and an incredible destination for fans of pro wrestling?, said TNA Entertainment Chief Marketing Officer Steve Allison. ?Every program we?ve ever created for DVD is right here on-demand along with every pay-per-view event we?ve aired since 2004. Limited shelf space at retail has meant limited choices for our fans. TNA Video Vault is a destination with unlimited shelf space and unlimited choices.?

Starting today consumers can access TNA Home Video titles streamed on-demand for only $3.99 per showing or subscribe for unlimited total library access for $7.99 per month. A prepaid total access annual subscription is also available for $49.99 per year.

Every three-hour TNA pay-per-view event from 2004 to the present is available in its entirety.

TNA Superstar features and compilation specials previously available only on DVD are all accessible on ?TNA Video Vault? including top sellers: ?Sting: Return of an Icon,? ?Kurt Angle: Champion?, ?Ultimate Matches? and ?Jeff Jarrett: King of the Mountain?.

Out-of-print TNA Home Video titles such as ?Best Of Jeff Hardy ? Enigma? ?TNA Wrestling: Year 1? and ?Best of the Bloodiest Brawls, Volume 1? are also be available on ?TNA Video Vault?.

Going forward most TNA Home Video DVD retail releases will launch simultaneously on TNA Video Vault on-demand. Plans are in place to add monthly exclusive programming and digital only productions just for subscribers. This will include shows from TNA’s early days at ?The Asylum? in Nashville, Tennessee, from TNA’s original weekly pay-per-view broadcasts along with exclusive new programming created just for the service. Details on this additional programming will be announced in the near future.

For more information visit www.TNAVideoVault.com.