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The Reason Why TNA Cancelled Their “Hardcore Halloween” Tour

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Dave Meltzer mentioned on this morning’s Wrestling Observer radio that the reason TNA cancelled their “Hardcore Halloween” tour was because of ticket sales.

Meltzer said that ticket sales were poor and officials told the talents on Friday that the tour would not be taking place.The cities included on the tour were Thibodaux, Baton Rouge, Biloxi, and New Orleans.

Last week TNA did not sell any tickets in the front row of those events.

As reported earlier on the site, Bound For Glory had 1,800 people in attendance but most of the tickets were given out for free.

Source: WrestlingObserver.com

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  • MRNC

    I’m just waiting for the time when I read an article titled “TNA Goes Out Of Business”

    • Michael Breen

      SO am I. We’ll have to keep waiting, though. It doesn’t seem like it wants to give up.

    • Jakerams

      it wont go out of business ever. TNA has money.

      • NotU

        Exactly. People have been saying for YEARS it is over for them.

        • Jakerams

          Dixie’s billionaire family has enough money to keep TNA going without losing much.

          • Joseph Lisnow

            but will they keep paying for something that is losing money?

          • Jakerams

            They make more than they lose so I doubt it’s something they feel the need to get rid of considering they bought jeff shares.

          • Quote the Ravens, nevermore…

            If they make more than they lose, why has the program quality greatly declined over the past couple of years? Why can’t they afford better production or to pay their talent on time?

        • Quote the Ravens, nevermore…

          Remember when people were saying for YEARS that WCW was finished?

          • Joseph Lisnow

            and then they went out of business.

  • MEBOLA CEREAL

    Chapter 7 would be best for TNA business

  • Michael Breen

    Yet another bad sign for TNA. And a decade ago I saw real potential in it.

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