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-- Several images from last night's TNA Bound for Glory PPV, which took place at the Viejas Arena in San Diego, California, have been posted online. The photos back up the reports from after the show, which stated that the crowd was mainly moved to opposite the hard camera, and that the show was carefully shot to not show the low attendance.

There were around 4,000 fans in the building but they were all moved to one side of the arena.

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The following are photos taken inside the arena during Sunday’s TNA Bound For Glory 2013 pay-per-view event. As proof that the following photos are during the meat of the show, and not taken before everyone arrived, in one of the pictures below you can see Bully Ray coming out for the main event of the show.



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TNA's Attendance Records have always been pitiful.



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That's just sad, they must have been expecting a much bigger turn out



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Damn. Compared to WRESTLEMANIA, Bound for glory this year DID Suck.

Edited by The Real Deal, 21 October 2013 - 10:51 PM.


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I swear Dixie Carter only has herself to blame for this. If they held it in the UK I can guarantee they would easily sell out Wembley arena in London within an hour because the UK fans always seem to jump out when TNA comes over here but no she wants to keep all the PPV's in the US because more fans will see the awesome UK audiences (her words) without having to pay for it and she wants that to rub off on the US. While I see where she's coming from, it's obviously not working and this awful attendance is proof of that. A PPV in the UK is more needed right now than ever before because this is supposed to be their biggest show of the year, I have seen episodes of WWE Velocity with a big attendance than that.



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Kinda sad considering the show wasn't that bad.



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For this to be TNA's biggest PPV of the year that's a damn shame.



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Kinda sad considering the show wasn't that bad.

 

I just watched the whole show today. I thought the complete opposite of what you said. For a show that's supposed to be the most important PPV of your existence, it can't be a "wasn't that bad" showing. It has to be over the top. 10/10. Great reviews across the board. This is their livelyhood on the line and they can't give anymore sub-par or average performances, and that's what I feel happened at Bound for Glory last night.



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Kinda sad considering the show wasn't that bad.

 
I just watched the whole show today. I thought the complete opposite of what you said. For a show that's supposed to be the most important PPV of your existence, it can't be a "wasn't that bad" showing. It has to be over the top. 10/10. Great reviews across the board. This is their livelyhood on the line and they can't give anymore sub-par or average performances, and that's what I feel happened at Bound for Glory last night.
How about this years WrestleMania, great attendance, but it was Shit. BFG was on the same level of this Years Mania, entertainment wise. This years Mania was shit.

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OMG............yikes.



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This is really sad... 



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Kinda sad considering the show wasn't that bad.

 
I just watched the whole show today. I thought the complete opposite of what you said. For a show that's supposed to be the most important PPV of your existence, it can't be a "wasn't that bad" showing. It has to be over the top. 10/10. Great reviews across the board. This is their livelyhood on the line and they can't give anymore sub-par or average performances, and that's what I feel happened at Bound for Glory last night.
How about this years WrestleMania, great attendance, but it was Shit. BFG was on the same level of this Years Mania, entertainment wise. This years Mania was shit.

 

 

Well the difference between TNA and WWE is that WWE is making more and more money/ revenue every year, while TNA is nearly going out of business. The WWE has put themselves in a position where it doesn't matter if they put out average or bad PPV's because they'll still make money, TNA cannot.


Edited by Afro JC, 22 October 2013 - 04:37 PM.


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Hmmh.. Well, let's put it this way..

 

WCW way: don't advertise your events!

 

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It was lower at Slammiversary and Genesis and various PPVs of last year ... You can't really say they are sinking by that , but for other reasons ...



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Lockdown had just less than 7,000 people attending. I don't understand how you can't do better on your biggest PPV of the year.

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Really sad to see but I honestly can't feel sorry for them at all.



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#TNAwful



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I love how you people base the company off of their ticket sales. The actual PPV was amazing.

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not just there ticket sales there TV ratings are horrible they are under 1.0. Isn't Ironic Steph and HHH turn heel after summerslam then a thursday or 2 after  Dixie turns heel. I haven't watched TNA in over a month and I see I am not missing much.


Edited by Broski_Barrage, 22 October 2013 - 10:51 PM.


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Dm if a Show is good or not. They need to sell seats.

Try spaming ad's every where or as listed above have a ppv in the uk.


Edited by BombCentralGaming, 23 October 2013 - 01:57 AM.





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