Originally Posted by acehollywood
wasnt there a report at the time they put the stage tickets on sale that they had sold around 3,800 tickets at that time? with the floor being sold out and the stands being 60 to 70 pct full that would get the attendance to about 4,000
We can talk about how the crowd "looks" all day long, in the end of the day we are talking out of our asses because the real numbers aren't available. Overall, it's irrelevant because the crowd was hot during the entire show and that's what matters.
Slammiversary was TNA's 10 years anniversary show... so yeah, that was the biggest show of year.
The reason why we don't get fresh ideas and promotions rising in American Pro Wrestling is because the majority of the community is happy with the same old shit and will reject any chance of change. There is a risk in doing new things, 9 times out of 10, it leads to 50+ pages of bitching and moaning. While business gets turned into a dictatorship and more and more out of touch. Support the indies, support New Pro Wrestling.