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What's The Historical PPVs Buyrates?

Please, I need to know if someone can tell me the buyrates for any TNA PPV or at least the best/worse sells in the history of the company

Whatever you got i will aprecciate! ^^
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Please, I need to know if someone can tell me the buyrates for any TNA PPV or at least the best/worse sells in the history of the company

Whatever you got i will aprecciate! ^^
Dave Meltzer has said that in the past TNA did 10 000+ in just replay-buys. 2012 they did between 8000 and 20 000. With the big 3 being closer to 20 000.

I don't know what they used to do in their heyday but maybe 20 000 or 30 000 buys!?

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Re: What's The Historical PPVs Buyrates?

Oh look, another ratings/buys fan.
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Oh look, another ratings/buys fan.
who me ?

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Re: What's The Historical PPVs Buyrates?

TNA doesn't release their numbers because they are a private company and don't have to. So any report I read about their buyrates, good or bad, I take it with a grain of salt because no official numbers have ever been released.

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Re: What's The Historical PPVs Buyrates?

They are never released. Historically speaking ,these are the PPV's that spring to mind in terms of high "rumoured buyrates"

1. Lockdown 2008 - Joe vs Angle (Billed as an MMA shoot-style main event with Joe capturing his very first world title after a long undefeated streak & huge popularity.



2. Bound for glory 2007 - Sting vs Kurt Angle



3. Bound for Glory 2010 - the big "They" reveal 10.10.10 - Jeff hardy wins world title and turns Heel.

4. Genesis 2010 - A time when TNA's ratings were at the highest of all time. 1.5 , 1.4's multiple times. This PPV had Hulk Hogans PPV debut, the return of the 4 sided ring, as well as the much anticipated Angle vs Styles WHC match. This is when Style turned Heel and sided with Ric Flair (basically the start of awesomeness)



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.

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4. Genesis 2010 - A time when TNA's ratings were at the highest of all time. 1.5 , 1.4's multiple times. This PPV had Hulk Hogans PPV debut, the return of the 4 sided ring, as well as the much anticipated Angle vs Styles WHC match. This is when Style turned Heel and sided with Ric Flair (basically the start of awesomeness)
Well they had 2 shows in early 2010 that did 1.4 but except for those two shows in January Impact didn't have strong ratings.

First half of 2009 most shows did 1.2 or 1.3. -> Sting's title reign. Apparently Mick Foley killed that momentum.

Late January 2011 through April 2011 most shows did over 1.2. -> Both Jeff Hardy and Jeff Jarrett involved in sleazy private scandals with Vince Russo capitalizing on the latter.

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Please, I need to know if someone can tell me the buyrates for any TNA PPV or at least the best/worse sells in the history of the company

Whatever you got i will aprecciate! ^^
Why do you sound so desperate to know? How is this going to change anything for you once you know ?

People are obsessed with numbers
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Why do you sound so desperate to know? How is this going to change anything for you once you know ?

People are obsessed with numbers
Calm down. Nothing wrong with being curious. Problem is there are more rumored and estimated buyrates than actual numbers.


To the OP, I remember at some point on Slammiversary, they said Sting's return to PPV was their biggest buyrate.

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Why do you sound so desperate to know? How is this going to change anything for you once you know ?

People are obsessed with numbers
What's The Problem with you mrs "i didn't care the numbers"!? i'm just asking because there are some many rumours of ppvs buyrates and i wanna know more certainly about that in a moment where the company will have just 4 bigger ppvs, not 12 as usual, so if the numbers were so down that could be the answer or at least one of the answers, (i have a blog and i will do an article about that), did you understand now?, o te lo explico con manzanitas conchetumare!?

Thanks for all the rest of anwers!!! ^^
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