Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Jul 17, 2014
Recent TNA Attendance #’s, TNA iMPACT! Matches

Recent TNA Attendance #’s, TNA iMPACT! Matches

— According to a fan report, around 350 fans were in attendance at Sunday night’s TNA live event from Eastwood Field in Niles, Ohio.

— Here are tonight’s confirmed TNA iMPACT! matches:

* Tommy Dreamer and Bully Ray vs. EC3 and Rhino
* No DQ, No Count Out Match: Madison Rayne vs. Brittany
* X-Division Championship Gauntlet: Austin Aries © vs. Eddie Edwards vs. Manik vs. Davey Richards vs. DJ Zema Ion vs. Tigre Uno vs. Crazzy Steve vs. Sanada
* TNA Title Match: Bobby Lashley © vs. Jeff Hardy


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4 Responses to “Recent TNA Attendance #’s, TNA iMPACT! Matches”

  1. ProWrestling1 says:

    TNA in NYC starts to***ht I can not wait. I been watching TNA weekly since around 2006 and I can only recall a few occasions where I was this excited! Since Slammiversary TNA has been on a roll and is the best wrestling on TV right now. I do watch WWE and Raw just seems to drag on anymore and its hard for me to be excited about WWE's product. I watch ROH also but with them losing Steen thats gonna hurt cause he is hands down there top baby face. I think ROH is better then WWE thats how bad Raw has become. But ROH isnt even close to being as good as TNA. Im super excited to see what the wrestling world will be like in a few years. Cause TNA is rolling…ROH is trying to get better so hopefully the competition will make WWE have no choice but to improve! Anyway enough said im all in for TNA TNA TNA!

    • JoeWrestling says:

      WWE also suffers from too much airtime, it makes the product so watered down with a lot of bad finishes just to get a match on the show. It also doesn't help that Stephanie and HHH have to be on RAW in like 3-5 segments plus rerun packages usually. ROH is okay, but they don't have anything new on TV since they just keep showing matches from previous iPPV's and DVD's instead of current weekly show. They are also suffering heavily from a talent drain. They have decent wrestling but lose all the guys who have any real potential to draw audience. TNA is doing okay, I was at the Slammiversary show and it was very good for what the advertised card was. I have enjoyed watching Impact lately, not sure how compelling the current roster is to the general audience but I am fine watching it as a long term viewer from the start.

  2. ProWrestling1 says:

    by the way my friend was at that show at Eastwood Field in Ohio and he saw a report that said there were around 300 people there and he started laughing. He said there was at least 1000 people and that it looked like it could of been more then 1500. SO good job TNA!

    • JoeWrestling says:

      I wouldn't worry about attendance at live events. Obviously they don't have to do live events, so they are probably making money off them or they would just cut them. You have to take into account how much they make on merch too at these events, they end up making a lot per person that do show up.

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