As of this writing TNA has sold just under 1,600 tickets for tonight’s Against All Odds PPV in Grenville, SC. TNA is blocking off more than half of the arena and setting the place up to hold between 2,500-3,000 people. Also in order to move tickets TNA has instituted a buy two tickets get one free sale a the box office. They are also giving out free tickets to various businesses in the area. No matter how you slice it tonight’s event looks to be a money losing situation for TNA. This is not surprising though. Not only has TNA promoted the show very poorly on a local level but WWE ran a show last fall in the same arena and only drew 1,000 people. TNA should have noticed this and booked the event for somewhere else.
Ticket sales for a Monday Night RAW taping in Anaheim, CA on 2/18 have been a bit slow. Thus far, they’ve only sold 6,500 tickets. Part of it may be because WWE is holding a RAW brand house show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles two days before the RAW taping in Anaheim.