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Is it possible for loud crowds?

After seeing Raw, I'm sure many loved the crowd. But what I'm wondering is...do people think it'd be possible for TNA to have a crowd like that, where fans are real excited the whole time and cheering/chanting all the time.

Obviously it'd be hard since crowd at post WM Raw are like biggest wrestling fans in the world, but for TNA, where attendance would be around 5,000 or so, it'd require less fans in the arena to have as audible chants.

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Re: Is it possible for loud crowds?

another thread about raw crowd
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At Slammiverasy last year they were hot as hell pretty much the whole night. Also it depends on the place tbh.

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Re: Is it possible for loud crowds?

Bound For Glory 2009 had a great crowd IIRC

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Re: Is it possible for loud crowds?

Depends on the city. From what I've seen so far, given their capacities, it's not too bad.
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Re: Is it possible for loud crowds?

It was the Mania hangover. The crowd was obviously influenced by the Euro fans
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Re: Is it possible for loud crowds?

TNA always has great crowds in England.
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Re: Is it possible for loud crowds?

impact crowds in england were way better
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Re: Is it possible for loud crowds?

RAW had a crowd of mostly smarks. I know people like to say it was an international crowd but there were more smarks than people from other countries (smarks from both the US and other countries). Smarks know about pre-sales, and can find the passwords to them and with it being the RAW following 'Mania - they clearly were going to sell the vast majority of tickets through the pre-sale (and thats likely how it will be for most post-'Mania RAW's - such as last night's episode and last years). TNA could certainly have a crowd like that if they go to the right places (smark heavy wrestling towns - such as Philly)...

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Re: Is it possible for loud crowds?

This Raw crowd was the junction of guys that came from all around the world to see WWE, smarks that were partying and having a good time.

It wasn't the best crowd ever since they were way too random at times and didn't give a crap for half of the show. They were amazing for Ziggler, Ryback (but made it feel like a face turn) Big Show and that was it. They didn't even pop for Fandango. They just liked humming is theme music. At Wrestlemania he got no reaction, at his entrance he got no reaction. But they chanted his theme music.

TNA had amazing crowds in London and now that they are on tour we will see more amazing crowds. But the Raw crowd is getting overated and the show itself too. Orton was pissed that the fans didn't give a crap about him, they put a 15 minute match and people thanked The Big Show for interrupting. I would be pissed too.

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