​TNA In NYC Not Going Well Already?, Moore Update, Young


As of this
writing, tickets for the TNA iMPACT! tapings in New York City aren’t selling
well at all. The front row for all of their events are sold but the balcony and
many ringside tickets are still available. The Grand Ballroom (upstairs) holds
around 1200 people and they aren’t even close to selling it out. The Hammerstein
Ballroom (downstairs) holds around 2800 people but TNA isn’t running that part
of the building. ROH sold out the Hammerstein Ballroom (2800+ fans) for their
recent “War of the Worlds” event.

— Shannon Moore is now
returning to pro wrestling. He’s accepting bookings through Bill Behrens and

— TNA World Heavyweight
Champion Eric Young was interviewed by The Sports Courier’s Fred Richani. The
two talked about Slammiversary, his new show on Animal Planet, if he would ever
do comedy, his beard and more. Check out the video below:

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