There have been plenty of past reports about TNA live events having poor attendance. However, a new report by The Wrestling Observer indicates that TNA often has to pay the buildings they're renting just to cover what they owe, rather than the standard practice of the arena getting a cut out of the final settlement.
The Observer gave an example of this past December when TNA held an event at Temple University. Apparently, they had to give Temple a $15,000 check because attendance was so poor and TNA was unable to cover what they owed for renting the building.
Gail Kim Birthday
TNA Knockout and former WWE Diva Gail Kim turns 37 today.
TNA Interested In Chris Hero
There is an internal push to bring Chris Hero to TNA, reports The Wrestling Observer. While there's no deal in place yet, it's being said that many backstage want Dixie to bring Hero in.
Chris Hero briefly did some work with TNA back in 2003, although he never actually worked any of the actual pay-per-views.
Hero also signed with WWE in February, 2012, working under the name Kassius Ohno. He spent his time working in developmental before being released in November of last year.