TNA Wrestling held its premiere event, Bound For Glory, this past Sunday in San Diego, California, and was unable to fill a good portion of the 12,000 seat Viejas Arena. To combat this startling lack of attendance, some fans were guided to seats in the lower bowl and moved near the hard camera in order for the venue to appear full during the pay-per-view broadcast. Scott Hall, who appeared for the organization as recently as 2010, weighed in on the lackluster turnout with the following message on Twitter.
A sad state of affairs....#TNA pic.twitter.com/xl0WbBm5Da
— Scott@Razor4Life.com (@SCOTTHALLNWO) October 23, 2013
Despite the company's ills, he feels that former New World Order cohorts Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff are not to blame. In response to a fan saying it's their fault, Hall wrote, "The history is that [Bischoff] and Hulk left alone, draw money. They never had the control needed to pop that company in my opinion.."
In response to whether WWE head Vince McMahon will ultimately buy the company out, Hall wrote, "Nothing to buy...." In his opinion, that includes talent. Hall wrote to a fan, "Name three people WWE would want..."
Hall added that he he has no interest in returning to the company.