Glasgow was the first stop on the International promotions annual UK tour this year, and it didn't disappoint any of the thousands in attendance.
Many fans were understandably excited when TNA announced that the Impact Wrestling cameras would be joining them - but beware, this review contains spoilers!
The show headlined by Scottish sensation Grado vs. British Boot Camp judge and 90's wrestling legend Al Snow topped the bill, in what many expected would just be an arena only match up.
However the cameras kept rolling as MVP, (who'd earlier won a 20-man Gauntlet Match to become the number one contender to the World Title held by Bobby Lashley) decided to interfere along with his Beat Down Clan to take out Grado and Al Snow.
Making the save was none other than "The Chosen One" Drew Galloway (formerly Drew McIntyre in WWE) making his Impact debut. The 29-year-old Scottish native, was controversially released back in June 2014 as Network enforced cuts started at WWE.
Making his debut in front of a loud Scottish crowd was a brilliant surprise to end the tapings and that wasn't the only shock TNA gave fans last night.
Former TNA Knockouts champion and WWE Diva, Mickie James returned to the company as well. She took to the ring to aid fiancee Magnus in his feud with fellow Brit Bram.
This is good news for TNA after the company recently parted ways with Velvet Sky, and the company's fans gave her fantastic reception to welcome her back to the company.
Both Mickie James and Drew Galloway were trending on Twitter last night as news spread across TNA's key markets of UK/Europe and the US, with fans responding positively to the news.
TNA's Maximum Impact tour rolls on tonight in Manchester with TNA officials telling us at GiveMeSport, that more surprises along the very best wrestling talent will be in store for thousands of fans tonight.
Take the chance to go, as LIMITED TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AND CAN STILL BE BOOKED via gigsandtours.com/tours/tna-wrestling/