Eric Bischoff commented on the number of pay per views on his Facebook page:
"Definitely need to drop the number of PPV's, The business isn't hot enough to sustain the current number and doing them hurts the long term viability of the category. Worked in the 90s. Not now. Just my personal opinion. It will take balls and vision to change the model."
Credit to Pro Wrestling Dot Net
This. Id keep Destination X if they plan to bring back the division at some point and possible Victory Road as a lead in.Balls and vision? How long is their contract with InDemand and such?
TNA needs to keep it simple. Lockdown, Bound For Glory, and Slammiversary. All online. TNA will save and make more money that way. 10,000 buys at ten dollars a pop means 100,000 pure profit for TNA. They will not have to share it with anyone (if they stream from their own site) and even if they DO have to go to another website and stream it...I'm sure they would be coming out with more then they would if they were using InDemand.
Keep Final Resolution, since it is supposed to be the final PPV of the year.Scrap:
Final Resolution, Turning Point, Victory Road, Sacrifice,No Surrender. Who buys them anyway?
Have The remaining PPV's outside of the impact zone.
Destination X - The only time when Ultimate X is used.
Lockdown - All matches should be 6 SIDES of steel.
Slammiversary - This being the 3rd biggest ppv of the year.
BFG - Biggest show of the year.
Hardcore Justice - All matches are Hardcore matches.
Genesis - Opening ppv of the year.