It was a successful UK tour last week, as both Drew Galloway and Mickie James made their shock appearances in front of the packed and loud Glasgow Hydro arena crowd.
Both received very strong reactions and went on to be part of the rest of the tapings in Manchester and London. That gives the fans the chance to see them both on Impact Wrestling for a few weeks once those shows start airing, and they are due to hit TV screens from 13th February in the US and 15th February in the UK.
TNA have confirmed that Drew Galloway is signed to a long term deal with the company, understood to be around two years.
So fans should be seeing him featured heavily in the future product, facing off against current heel stable the #BDC, or Beat Down Clan, that consists of MVP, LowKi, Samoa Joe and Kenny King, who can all provide superb opponents for Galloway in the six-sided ring.
The Chosen One, as TNA are dubbing him, follows his previous WWE run. He is a very competent talker and a proficient in-ring worker who should get over nicely with the TNA fans and maintain the company's profile in the UK and Europe as well.
TNA are reporting to the wrestling media that there are creative plans in place for Mickie James following her return to Impact in an angle involving fiancée Magnus and his former tag partner Bram in their feud following the annual 'feast or fired' match up.
At present, TNA have not confirmed if Mickie is signed to a similar long term deal as Galloway or if they will be using her on a per-appearance basis following the birth of her first child.
James would be a welcome addition to the Knockouts' roster that has seen mainstays ODB and Velvet Sky depart in recent months as well as newcomers Lei'D Tapa and Brittany also seek employment elsewhere.