Being outside of the Impact Zone should make the shows so much better. Wonder how the tickets sales are going? Looking forward to the show.
I was wondering if these were possibly sold shows since they're at the casino since TNA didn't really seem concerned about promoting anything for them until they announced the Dreamer thing this week. Everything's been focused on NYC (the ring, the new guys coming in, etc.). I'm just hoping they have a good crowd tonight and it looks good on TV though!
It's "semi-live." They're taping at least a show and a half tonight, so they'll probably do the thing where they start early so tonight's show is wrapping up around the time it's going on the air. I went to a couple of the on-the-road tapings last year where they were doing 2 whole shows at a time and that's how they did it.
Yep that is what I am thinking. I did the same last year. I just found how she worded it funny as I know she had been putting "no spoilers" and as of right now there are none.
I have a feeling those tired of EY's title run should watch as I think he will drop the title. TNA has a history of having the champ win on a PPV only to lose it on following Impact. If MVP puts Bully in the match it is like 99.999% likely that Bully will be the champion at the end of Impact.
Gonna be interesting if they can keep the momentum from Slamm and put on a good Impact.
I thought they were taping 2 shows today and 2 tomorrow? Hopefully the crowd tonight doesn't get burnt out.
I've seen conflicting reports that have said 3 and some have said 4. Typically when they did the multi-day tapings in Orlando, they did 3 shows when they did 2 back-to-back days and 4 shows when they did 3 (like they're doing in NYC). They may want to milk the on-the-road crowds though and try to squeeze a fourth in PA.
Whatever they tape in the next two weeks has to take them through the beginning of August, so I guess you could count backwards from the second NYC dates.