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TNA IMPACT WRESTLING will be returning to the UK in January and February 2014 for the MAXIMUM IMPACT VI Tour.

 

Currently in Britain for a string of very successful shows, TNA will return one year from now for live events in Glasgow, Manchester, London and Birmingham.

 

Fans can buy tickets in an exclusive one week pre-sale, starting on Monday January 28 at 9am and ending on Monday February 4 at 9pm. Prices start from

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I'll be going to the one in London. Went this year and it was really good. Loved seeing Hulk Hogan live. I'm a little bit concerned about TNA's financial state mind you. Not sure what will be left of it by then.

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I'll be going to the one in London. Went this year and it was really good. Loved seeing Hulk Hogan live. I'm a little bit concerned about TNA's financial state mind you. Not sure what will be left of it by then.

 

Met Hogan at Manchester this year, the guy was a class act and seemed happy to be there and make conversation. Which can't be said for all the roster. I've got tickets for Manchester next year (bought them in the original pre-sale way back after the tour), but might pick up tickets to another show.

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I'll be going to the one in London. Went this year and it was really good. Loved seeing Hulk Hogan live. I'm a little bit concerned about TNA's financial state mind you. Not sure what will be left of it by then.

 

I was thinking of holding off on buying them for that same reason, Hogan might not be on tour next year. Pretty sure his contract is up at Bound for Glory.

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Yeah. I'll be at the Glasgow show. Quite looking forward to it since it's going to be live and all that. Should make for a good show. Just hope they can fill up The Hydro and it comes across really good on TV. Plus hope there is still a talented roster by then too.

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Yeah. I'll be at the Glasgow show. Quite looking forward to it since it's going to be live and all that. Should make for a good show. Just hope they can fill up The Hydro and it comes across really good on TV. Plus hope there is still a talented roster by then too.

 

If you look at the seating chart for the TNA show versus the seating chart for other shows at the Hydro you will note that TNA only seem to be utilising about a third or quarter of the seated areas.

 

I still expect some areas that are available to be scarcely occupied on the night.

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For a live Impact taping i could see TNA packing out most of the seats they have available. I mean they do great attendance wise in Manchester, even just for house shows. Granted they don't have the upper tiers open,but they do good job of filling most of what is open. I don't know the figures, but i attended the Smackdown taping in Birmingham last year and the Impact taping in Manchester this year drew more of a crowd. Literally everything you don't see on TV at Smackdown was empty. It was kinda surreal watching talent cut promos to empty seats, while having their backs to the fans.

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I imagine TNA will get a good crowd up here in Glasgow. Once the local newspapers get told it's a "TV Taping" (it is isn't it?), the place will have a healthy attendance.

 

Not only is it a TV taping, it's being aired live in the UK. So i think it will do pretty well.

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I've got second row ringside for the Glasgow date and front row ringside for the event in Birmingham.

 

Wanted to post this for a while but just now I've heard that the advance pre sale for the event in Glasgow has been poor. I thought the pre sale would have been high as The Hydro venue has been hyped for ages and with this being the first wrestling show in the new venue wrestling fans would have keen to snap up tickets to say they were at the first wrestling show in The Hydro.

 

The addition of Glasgow being announced as being a TV taping and a live tv taping I was expecting tickets to be flying out the door as we have been screaming for years up here for an American company to film tv up here and now we are getting it and live to boot.

 

Been wondering if Hogan leaving TNA has caused ticket sales to slow down as when they announced the tour Hogan was still here and when the live taping announcement was made for Glasgow later in the year he was still here and I think a lot of people up in Scotland were hoping for Hogan to appear in Glasgow and now he's no longer with the company I do hope this hasn't been a factor for the ticket sales being poor.

 

 

I feel that TNA has a weakness in regards to advertising it's events. I think they have an over reliance of plugging the live events on the TV broadcast of Impact Wrestling on Challenge. I've yet to see any posters or national newspaper advertisements up here for Glasgow and the tour is just under nine weeks away.

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