Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Jan 24, 2013
Preliminary PPV Buyrate For The TNA Genesis PPV

Preliminary PPV Buyrate For The TNA Genesis PPV

Jeff Hardy continues to prove that he is a drawing card for TNA Wrestling as preliminary estimates for the Genesis pay-per-view event he headlined on January 13 have the show drawing between 12,000 and 13,000 buys.

By comparison, many of last year’s shows drew between 7,000 and 10,000 buys, with the upswing kicking off after Hardy become TNA World Heavyweight Champion in October.

At Genesis, Hardy beat Austin Aries and Bobby Roode in a Triple Threat Elimination match to retain the TNA World Heavyweight Championship.

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6 Responses to “Preliminary PPV Buyrate For The TNA Genesis PPV”

  1. soyfenomenal says:

    That's all well and good, but Hardy is a terrible champion. It's time to build someone else up to take out hardy at Lockdown.

    • JoeWrestling says:

      Some analysis you provide. So why is he a terrible champion if someone might be willing to pay to see him. Isn't that basically the definition of a good champion. Someone who champions something and people are moved to respond. Sorry TNA might want to get some revenue or following, I guess they didn't receive your donation checks so the real champion could be on.

  2. Mr. Excitement says:

    Does this mean Hardy will remain champion until PPV buys start dropping?
    I hope not..

  3. Sunny says:

    This explains why TNA is keeping the title on Hardy, but I expect him to drop it at Lockdown or maybe even sooner.

  4. Bigmike885 says:

    you hardy haters really dont get it do you? TNA isnt out to get you to watch, you already do,and dispate what you say, you will contiune to. They're out to get new viewers and Hardy is the biggest name they got that activily wrestles (yes..he's a bigger name the Angle)..They're not going to take the belt of Hardy until they have to..or until someone is over well enough to take it from him and keep buyrates up…and still 13k isnt that good..considering they only get a fraction of PPV sales and it coasts hundreds of thousands of dollars to do a PPV…

  5. Peckar says:

    And this is why he has his own belt, shitty monologues, and we will be made to listen to his music. As long as Aries, Anderson and Roode get the most promo time I don't give a rats ass who has the belt.

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