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Lyon, France: 2000-3000
Paris, France: 1500-2000
Dublin, Ireland: 2000(sold out)
Berlin, Germany: 4000
 

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Braehead Arena hold 4,500 I believe. Tickets have nearly sold out.
M.E.N can hold 23,000 I believe around 6,000 have been sold already.
Wembley can hold 12,500 but it's been limited to 9,000 for this tour, tickets nearly sold out.
 

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Those numbers are so totally false except for the last one.

The observer is so biased against TNA its not even funny.
oh don't worry, i made research and i got the real numbers

* 1/21 in Lyon, France: 550,000 fans.
* 1/22 in Paris, France: 1,500,000 fans.
* 1/24 in Dublin, Ireland: sellout of 2,000,000 fans.

that should sound more like the truth to you right?
 

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Since TNA is gaining those types of numbers overseas, then why not throwback to 92 "Summer Slam" event over in the UK.

What I mean is that for anyone who has looked over the 2011 PPV dates the WWE is hosting F4W the day should have been "Slammaversary" 4 TNA, June 19th.

Why can't TNA hop over the "pond" & set up shop. I mean if I'm not mistaken it's around a five hour time difference from the east coast of north america to the UK? So on June 19th if TNA broadcasted live from the UK at 9pm their time it would be 5 pm NA time. So that means the PPV would run just in time so that the WWE's PPV could begin at 8pm est NA time.

Or TNA could broadcast at 7pm on June 18th Saturday (there is no UFC ppv) for the NA market, while over in the UK it would 10pm. So the PPV could finish up on June 18th for both time zones.

Would it work & would you buy it?

Stay Frosty
 
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