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A follow up on the TNA house show problem in Missouri

Due to six wrestlers unable to wrestle on Saturday night in Cape Girardeau, MO due to issues with their wrestling licenses including newly crowned TNA champion Chris Sabin, TNA’s house show was reduced to five matches, and the show only ran 90 minutes long. There are online reports that the attendance with around 300, but Dave Meltzer stated that he heard the attendance was closer to a dismal 200.

We should have an updated attendance figure later this week.

No one has excepted blame for the licensing issues, but apparently there was a failure to submit blood tests by the required deadline.

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5 Responses

  1. Max says:


  2. IWC Writer says:

    200? Holy crap, the no-name local indy shows around here draw more than that.

  3. Bey74 says:

    Every time I think TNA has gotten as incompetent as can be…they get even worse. Looking forward to WWE’s future DVD release “The Death of TNA.”

  4. ~J* says:

    Sure 200 people isn’t much but at least the rasslers got paid….err nevermind, TNA TNA TNA!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. jim says:

    My problem is with those meet and greet vip tickets.. that’s how u lose customers for good.

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