In a brand new series exclusive to Challenge TV, cameras go behind the scenes of TNA Wrestling's search for a UK superstar and follow tag-team twins Hannah and Holly Blossom, Marty Scurll and Rockstar Spud as they hope to make it big in the ultra-competitive world of TNA IMPACT Wrestling.

TNA British Boot Camp - Netflix

Type: Sports

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2013-01-01

TNA British Boot Camp - Noam Dar - Netflix

Noam Dar (Hebrew: נועם דר; born 28 July 1993) is an Israeli-born Scottish professional wrestler currently signed to WWE, where he performs on the Raw brand in the cruiserweight division. Dar first competed for WWE in the 2016 Cruiserweight Classic. He has also worked for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) and its British Boot Camp series, Progress Wrestling, Preston City Wrestling (PCW), Insane Championship Wrestling (ICW), Dragon Gate UK (DGUK), Revolution Pro Wrestling (RPW), Westside Xtreme Wrestling (wXw), Global Force Wrestling (GFW) and Ring of Honor (ROH). Dar is a former two time ICW Zero-G Champion and a former PCW Cruiserweight Champion, among other championships and accomplishments. Dar is the first Israeli wrestler to perform in WWE.

TNA British Boot Camp - Progress Wrestling (2012–2015) - Netflix

Dar competed at the first Progress Wrestling show in 2012, entering a tournament to become the inaugural Progress Champion, he was unsuccessful in the tournament but then began a winning streak that would last the remainder of the year and continue into 2013 when he became the No.1 Contender to Progress Championship with a win over Dave Mastiff, but Dar was unable to unseat El Ligero for the title. In 2014, Dar entered and won the first Progress World Cup tournament; representing Israel he defeated Darrell Allen (Jamaica), Grado (Scotland) and Rampage Brown (England). The tournament win earned him another shot at the Progress Championship against Jimmy Havoc. During the match, he made Havoc tap out but as the referee was knocked out at the time the decision didn't count and Havoc eventually won. In 2015, at Chapter 18 Dar again challenged Havoc for the championship in a six-way elimination match. Dar eliminated Mastiff first, who then came back into the match and attacked Dar causing him to be eliminated too. He then entered the inaugural “Super Strong Style 16” tournament but was eliminated in the first round by Dave Mastiff due to referee stoppage and a storyline injury. The two were due to meet at Chapter 20, however travel issues prevented Mastiff from appearing and so Dar faced Pastor William Eaver and lost in what would become Dar's last Progress match.

TNA British Boot Camp - References - Netflix