Good News & Bad News For TNA Bound For Glory Involving Jericho & Scott Hall

We’ve got good news and bad news. First, Chris Jericho put over TNA Bound for Glory and the work of Bully Ray on his verified Twitter account. The following is from Twitter:

The bad news comes from Scott Hall… who Tweeted a photo of the empty arena that hosted last Sunday’s pay-per-view. I’m not concerned with his “sad state of affairs” comment as much as I am concerned about that empty arena.

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  • BabaBooey

    Wow, the biggest night of the year for TNA and the workers were probably having flashbacks of their first matches in bars or gyms with 50 people watching.

  • Ben Rogaqi

    Wooooow thats bad bad. How many people was there. 100 or 200 …. thats just sad. Go tna u can be better.

  • Joel Manjarrez

    They need to advertise more! They only did a segement on 2 news stations (fox and telemundo) here in Diego this past weekend. When then WWE comes to town theyre every where even the radio! Rey Mysterio has been on the spanish station i listen countless times….

  • frenchfry

    ouch…

  • Kleck

    Time to get back to Universal Studios

  • Draven

    I dont know why hall is talking about this? Thats probably more people than he’s use to wrestling in front of now.

  • Couch_Potato

    Crowd was 3500-4000

    The half that was empty was used for hard cameras. Google recent pictures of raw and smackdown. WWE do the same. Sell one side of the arena or move people to the other side!

    • Cubed56

      Your right but by even doing that wwe still has upwards of 15 to 20 thousand people at raw and smackdown, depending on the arena

  • Nostaljack

    This was supposed to be their WrestleMania! If this doesn’t show off the fact that few know they exist, nothing does.

  • WrestlingFan4Life

    At what time of day was this photo taken? Perhaps Scott caught the pic as the doors were just opening. They did have a 1 hour preview show prior to the actual PPV.