TNA News: Lance Hoyt’s Ego, House Show Tickets, More News

Ryan Clark


– Dave Meltzer is reporting that Lance Hoyt’s push was stopped because of his attitude backstage. Dixie Carter believes that the fans in the Impact Zone chanting his name went to his head and he developed an ego.

– According to the Compuware Sports Arena’s box office over 2200 tickets have been sold for the 3/17 TNA house show in Plymouth, MI. Only the $10 and $15 price range seats are left.

– A short paragraph in the newest issue of PSM magazine mentions that TNA’s video game being published by Midway will be released sometime between the 4th quarter of 2006 and the 1st quarter of 2007.

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