Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Nov 30, 2012
Update: TNA Cutting Back On Pay-Per-View Events

Update: TNA Cutting Back On Pay-Per-View Events

As previously reported, TNA is planning to cut back on their PPV calendar. Sources are indicating that the February Against All Odds PPV has been scratched, which means that the company will do the January Genesis PPV show, take February off, and return in March for Lockdown. There may be 1-2 other PPVs removed from the calendar as well, but at this time, that is not confirmed.

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5 Responses to “Update: TNA Cutting Back On Pay-Per-View Events”

  1. Stunner says:

    Well maybe it will be better considering that now you have more time to develop Storylines instead of rushing them. That can lead to a better product on TV. Also it saves the TNA viewer money, that can be spent on other things. I’m all for it, especially if it helps build there product and makes it more stable!

  2. godoftna says:

    I like the idea of TNA cutting back on their ppvs as it makes the ones they do that much more of a big deal. They should really cut the schedule down to one every other month. Kick off the year with Genesis, have Lockdown in march, Destination X in May, Slammiversary in July, another ppv in September (Hardcore Justice/Victory Road/Against All Odds), and finish off the schedule with Bound for Glory in November. To supplement the dropped ppvs, TNA should then run a "Clash of the Champions" type show twice a year, say in February and August. And creative should build the year around the 2 BIG ppvs. Most of the year should be a build towards Bound for Glory, with December through February being the build to Lockdown.

  3. jbcissom says:

    I agree. Cut back on PPVs, because they're not a big income producer for TNA. Make them a lil more special, and have open fight night ala the old Clash of Champions in WCW… or something similar to WWE's Main Event back in the late 80's and early 90's.

  4. Treck says:

    I have always wanted them to do something like that. But maybe now and then on one of the months where there would not be a ppv. I think they should have a three hour special here and there on Spike. That would be awesome!

  5. Mr. Excitement says:

    I wouldn't mind TNA doing 4 PPV's a year like what WWE used to do with the big four.

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