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Old 01-31-2013, 12:34 AM   #11 (permalink)
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5. Hardcore justice 2010 - ECW reunion PPV, Basically had nothing to do with any TNA storylines. TNA apparently made alot of money on this.



I'm not saying those PPVs are the best , im just saying in terms of buyrates, those 5 are definitely in the top ten.
TNA made lots of money off one of the worst pay per views of all time
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Old 01-31-2013, 08:43 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Dixie Carter once claimed that buyrates are sixty to seventy thousand a ppv

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TNA made lots of money off one of the worst pay per views of all time
well it is a mainstream ECW reunion show, those tend to be quite exciting

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It's all about marketing. WWE made Cole vs Jerry Lawler a wrestlemania match, put snooki in a divas match, used miz vs cena as their main event and still got money out of it.
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It's all about marketing. WWE made Cole vs Jerry Lawler a wrestlemania match, put snooki in a divas match, used miz vs cena as their main event and still got money out of it.
the rock carried the show dude those other matches u listed might as well have not existed
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Estimated TNA revenue off of PPVs from 2012 are between 4-5 million dollars.
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Old 02-01-2013, 07:28 AM   #16 (permalink)
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TNA made lots of money off one of the worst pay per views of all time
As an ECW reunion show, it was awesome considering TNA can't use the ECW brand name.

As a TNA ppv, it was off but nothing terrible about it.
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