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Impact TV tapings in New York

I had read somewhere that they might be coming back to NYC? Any truth to this?
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I think so but it's in that shitty Melrose Ballroom venue.

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I think so but it's in that shitty Hammerstein Ballroom venue.


Melrose Ballroom. I wish it was at Hammerstein


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I had read somewhere that they might be coming back to NYC? Any truth to this?
Yes, Melrose Ballroom in November
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There is no way that Melrose is the cheapest venue for them.They need to get the fuck oiut of that venue.It looks so terrible on tv. The size is so bad. There is plenty of larger venues with the same seating
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There is no way that Melrose is the cheapest venue for them.They need to get the fuck oiut of that venue.It looks so terrible on tv. The size is so bad. There is plenty of larger venues with the same seating
I wouldn't mind this place so much if the ring wasn't this small.
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I wouldn't mind this place so much if the ring wasn't this small.
The ring has to be fucking small cus the venue is shit for wrestling.The stage is so close to the ring and the camera view is shit.

They have been picking new venued lately like BFG and some of the venues they use are great.The Windsor venue and mexico are great

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You think any new viewers will hang around on AXS once they see the indy level production on the shows? This company will never learn. They've been around for nearly 20 years and AEW, a new start up, have already surpassed them in every way imaginable.
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You think any new viewers will hang around on AXS once they see the indy level production on the shows? This company will never learn. They've been around for nearly 20 years and AEW, a new start up, have already surpassed them in every way imaginable.
Let's see if AEW will even be around for 20 years. So far, AEW hasn't surpassed IMPACT with anything they have done. TNA in its first 10-12 years was much bigger than AEW reaching over 2 million viewers. Let's see if AEW can keep their viewers for more than 10 years. first before saying they surpassed anyone.
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Let's see if AEW will even be around for 20 years. So far, AEW hasn't surpassed IMPACT with anything they have done. TNA in its first 10-12 years was much bigger than AEW reaching over 2 million viewers. Let's see if AEW can keep their viewers for more than 10 years. first before saying they surpassed anyone.
You are delusional mate living in never never land. Get your head out of the clouds. TNA never reached the success of AEW. Remind me what was the most tickets sold at a TNA live event? What was the highest PPV number for a TNA show? Them being around for 20 years does not mean they have been a success in that time. Think about it.
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