Since the success of rock-meets-pro wrestling marketing campaigns in the 1980s bridging the world of Cyndi Lauper, Dick Clark, and rock in the music video age with pro wrestling entering it’s (then) modern era, the space has now always existed for popular music and professional wrestling to coexist. In the 1990 and 2000s it was rap and wrestling coexisting, with varying levels of success and renown. Now, as we enter into this middle of the 2010s, electronic dance music is arguably moving closer to the core of the top pop ideal and upstart, 11-year old and globally-broadcasting company TNA Impact Wrestling has stepped up to the plate.

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