Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter
-- As noted here on the website, TNA Bound for Glory aired in theaters nationwide this past Sunday. The early numbers show that around 2,000 saw the event in those theaters. We are still awaiting the official numbers from Screenvision.
-- In an update on the TNA Bound for Glory pay-per-view attendance this past Sunday in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the crowd was estimated at around 4,000 people. Sources report that a "decent" amount of those were papered. As of the Saturday before the PPV, only 2,500 tickets had been sold. There was said to have been a fairly decent walk-up though.
-- The attendance for the 10/15 AWE "Night of Legends" event in Fishersville, Virginia drew around 2,000 fans. The show featured Tommy Dreamer, Kevin Nash, The Rock-n-Roll Express, Fit Finlay, Terry Funk, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan and others.
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