Hulk Hogan Agrees With Twitter Follower That Impact Zone Makes TNA Come Off As Minor League

Hulk Hogan agreed with one of his followers on Twitter that taping at Universal Studios makes them come off as minute league. The Tweets are embedded below:

 

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  • Mike L

    But they can’t leave because of Hogan’s Salary!

  • CrankyVince

    *minor league.
    Not minute league.

  • christopher525

    Yeah, that makes sense, because the MGM set for Nitro looked "minor league" right?

  • Austin

    First let me say HAHAHAHA!! Hogan gets paid so much money to bring in an 0.98 rating that I can’t understand how he can do this. How can you bury a company that gives you do much money for doing nothing for them.

  • stoney

    The impact zone doesn't make TNA come off as minor league, Hogan and Bischoff do that

  • unknown

    yeah thats why they look minor league. not by the decisions they make like hiring the "qualified" brooke hogan.

  • Logan_Walker

    How Many Divisions Of TNA is there ?

  • Mr.Love

    Because you are minor league! Except for those few great wrestlers tna actually has

  • Paul

    Tna is minor league, I remember when tna was exciting, new and fresh, not anymore.

  • Autista

    Hogan hasn’t drawn a dime since 2002. Time to pack it in, and sail off between his daughters cheeks..

  • Thumpa

    I went and watched an Impact show last June when we were on holiday, it’s pretty terrible as 95% of the people there are Universal Studios tourists that have wandered in off the street. Surely they could do it from a different arena every week like Raw/SD with 500-1000 paying customers?

  • Kevin

    There's just on problem with your suggestion, Thumpa: you're assuming people in different areas of the country would actually pay to attend a live TNA show. As long as Hogan and Bischoff are in charge, the TNA program will never be worth paying for.

    • Jason

      I agree with you Kevin. My wife and I attended lockdown last year and the only reason we did, the tickets were free, just like the other 75% of the people there! The arena in Cincinnati, OH can hold 13,000+ for a wrestling event and there was only about 4,000 there, and that's giving a generous number!

  • stoney

    This is what happens when TNA hire someone many years past his prime and sports an ego bigger than Texas (oh wait that would be an improvement)