TNA’s Lockdown pay-per-view at the Paul Tsongas Arena in Lowell, MA, drew particularly well, at least for TNA standards. The arena was set up for 6,000 fans and the show drew about 5,500 fans. Additionally, the majority of the fans in attendance were paying fans, as the paying crowd was about 5,400.
Bobby Lashley is booked to appear at TNA star Booker T’s PWA wrestling show on Friday, May 23 in Pasadena, Texas.
Mick Foley and Rey Mysterio “stopped by” the March 29th TNA Tapings.
Jim Cornette is writing a book documenting the Midnight Express. The book will feature tons of inside information on the last days of Jim Crockett Promotions before it was bought out by Ted Turner, the first years of WCW, attendance figures for 60% of the shows the Midnight Express were on in the late 80s, newspaper clippings, original booking plans, and more. The book will be released later this year.
The 4/4 TNA house in Spencer, IA drew 1,100 fans.
The next night in Lincoln, NE, TNA drew 1,346 fans in the 6,000-seat Pershing Center