As of this weekend, TNA has sold between 1,500 and 2,000 tickets for tomorrow's Against All Odds pay-per-view at the BI-LO Center in Greenville, South Carolina. The building holds at least 11,000 people for wrestling. Due to sluggish ticket sales, TNA has begun papering the event, in other words, giving away tickets for free. They are even giving away the pricier ringside tickets that cost $150 as some of the Bi-Lo Center contacts have been offered them. Although, it seems like not too many of their contacts have taken up the offer as second row seating is still available for purchase at TicketMaster.com. Also, TicketMaster is apparently having a complimentary ticket offer for the show as one person was planning on buying tickets, but came away with three complimentary tickets and didn't pay a penny.
Kurt Angle and Jeremy Borash shot an episode of Criss Angel's "Mindfreaks" show for A & E last Saturday before all three headed to the UFC pay-per-view later that night.
Excerpts from the Karen Angle conference call - miamiherald.com/675/story/412632.html
Kurt Angle says Midway is already working on a second TNA video game - computerandvideogames.com/article.php?id=181761
TNA's contract offer to former NCAA Basketball coach Bobby Knight was mentioned on yesterday's episode of "Jim Rome is Burning". Knight's chair tossing incident was shown and Rome mentioned that Knight clearly already knows how to use a chair.
1PW has announced that AJ Styles is off of their next show due to TNA changing their taping schedule to Thursday and Friday.
Booker T interview - slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Wrestling/2008/02/01/4807846.html
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