Discussion in 'TNA iMPACT! (2011-2015)' started by Senhor Perfect, Jan 14, 2013.
Good news or bad news? IMO it's good news, only if they get close to, or full, houses.
Like you said, it's good news if they pack out the other places, but if it's anything like it has been in the past then it's not good at all. Though PPV's at the IZ don't feel special at all.
If they brought one up here to Toronto, I would go. That's one seat sold brother
As long as the crowds don't turn out like Lockdown 2012 I see no problem with this. BFG and Slammiversary had good crowds.
Have you been to there house shows? They seriously lack on promoting that, but I wouldn't go unless they had Roode in it anyways.
I don't think they'd wouldn't come here without Roode. Have they been here at all?
They've had a couple in Toronto, Peterborough and Windsor I believe.
But the biggest star from TNA to come were AJ Styles, Anderson and Kurt Angle I believe.
The last event had RVD and that was in Windsor.
The rest were just ehn.
Wow, didn't even know. Way to go TNA marketing team
Goes to Canada to hold show, doesn't bring Canadian talent. #TNALogic
The only reason I would probably go is for Roode and maybe AJ Style's just cause I want that awesome Brown Bag deal.
What about A Double, Bully, Hemme, Bad Influence?
I would probably go for them except Hemme cause I think she already goes there.
But mainly Bobby Roode then AA, Bad Influence, Samoa Joe and then Bully.
Nobody will know how to feel about this until the shows start to happen. If they can somewhat fill arenas with people who actually want to be there this should be good. if not they'll be wishing they were in the friendly confines of the IZ
Well, that may be good or bad, depending on how the crowds are. But overall, I think drawing crowds in various places is a good thing.
Great news IMO, if they select good places, like Texas for Lockdown.
Lockdown crowd should be dope, remember Slammiversary X? GOAT crowd.
As for Slammy and BFg this year, they should pick NYC and another place in Texas for them.