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Press Release: One Night Only “Hardcore Justice” PPV Event Announced

The following press release was issued regarding TNA’s One Night Only “Hardcore Justice” pay-per-view event:

TNA WRESTLING SHINES GLOBAL SPOTLIGHT ON LOWELL, MASS., AS ONE NIGHT ONLY “HARDCORE JUSTICE” PAY-PER-VIEW EVENT ANNOUNCED FOR DEC. 29

Nashville, Tenn. (Nov. 8, 2013) – During the IMPACT WRESTLING broadcast on SPIKE TV last night TNA WRESTLING announced it will bring cameras to Lowell, Mass., on Sunday, Dec. 29, as the Lowell Memorial Auditorium plays host to One Night Only “Hardcore Justice,” a Pay-Per-View event scheduled to broadcast in domestic and international markets in early 2014.

“TNA is elated to bring the One Night Only ‘Hardcore Justice’ Pay-Per-View event to Lowell,” said Andy Barton, Executive Vice President of Live Events. “Initially announced as an IMPACT WRESTLING WORLD TOUR event, fans will now experience the energy and excitement of a global Pay-Per-View event as cameras roll to capture TNA Superstars as they go hardcore.”

Tickets to the Lowell, One Night Only “Hardcore Justice” event are now on sale.

TICKETS: Tickets start at $15 and are available at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium ticket office, online at www.lowellauditorium.com or by phone at 866.722.8881. Fans who purchase a $65 ticket will meet select IMPACT WRESTLING Superstars at an early-entry autograph session at 4 p.m.

WHEN: Sunday, Dec. 29, 2013, 6 p.m.

WHERE: Lowell Memorial Auditorium, 50 E. Merrimack Street, Lowell, MA 01852

WHO: TNA Superstars scheduled to appear in the One Night Only “Hardcore Justice” include “The Charismatic Enigma” Jeff Hardy, Olympic Gold Medalist Kurt Angle, Bully Ray, Magnus, “The IT Factor” Bobby Roode and “The Cowboy” James Storm.

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  • Abudadein

    Shouldn’t it read: “The fan who purchases a $65 ticket will meet select IMPACT WRESTLING Superstars at an early-entry autograph session at 4 p.m,” rather than “fans.” I can’t imagine more than one person — if that — coughing up 65 bucks for an “early-entry autograph session” for a TNA event. I could be mistaken, but I just don’t see it happening. Hell, you could meet most of these guys sitting at the bar at Montana’s after the show if it meant that much to you.

    • Eric Chism

      Can couldn’t draw more then 3,000 fans for BFG. I can’t imagine too many people paying for this either. If they wait around the arena, they get in free anyway.

      • Abudadein

        I went to a TNA house show in London, Ontario and I don’t think there were more than 400 people there. I had seats in the fourth row and Velvet Sky was there, which was the highlight of my evening.

        • Eric Chism

          I have been to WWE live events, in Louisville KY, with 4-5,000. 400 people inside of the Impact Zone looks full. TNA can’t draw and now they have their only home grown superstar is wrestling for other promotions right now. Pathetic.

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