More On TNA Bound For Glory Taking Place In Japan

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TNA Wrestling published a new article here on about Bound for Glory 2014 taking place in Tokyo, Japan. The announcement was made on Wednesday at a press conference in New York City.

While TNA didn't announce a Wrestle-1 tie-in, they mentioned that Team 3D will be inducted into their Hall of Fame in Tokyo. Below is the promotional poster:

TNA Bound for Glory 2014 will take place at Korakuen Hall on Sunday, October 12, 2014.

  • anonymous

    There is a picture on the wikipedia page for the hall that will house the event. It holds under 2000 people and looks more like a high school gymnasium than an arena.

  • vince mcmahon rules

    exactly. tna is a joke. no one buys tna ppvs anyway so it is not really a financial loss to hold an event on tape delay in order to establish a relationship with a has been like muta

    • John

      Not really a financial loss? Why do you think they are going to Tokyo for their biggest show of the year? Do you really think they are going to Japan to lose money? They will make significant profits on this show, which is why they are doing it.

      • vince mcmahon rules

        actually john, the show will be held in a 2,000 seat arena. tna will lose money on ppvs because it will air in the usa at a different time period.
        tna is going to Tokyo for “their biggest show of the year” because it can’t draw money in the united states and to make muta happy in their business partnership.
        fans need to understand that wwe is the industry. McMahon launched a 24 hour wrestling network to give fans 24 hours of pro wrestling. tna , roh etc can’t keep up with wwe.

        • John

          Is that the same WWE Network that is leaking millions and has been a failure so far? TNA don’t make any money from PPVs anyway so am not sure the time difference matters too much.

  • jason witten 82

    I don’t like tna at all but you guys are pissing all over this to soon, give em a break it could end up as a great event

  • I’ll track additional information about the event.