TNA continues to plan on getting back into the pay-per-view business starting with Slammiversary in June. When they were still at Spike, the company averaged 8,000 buys.
Since the move to Destination America, TNA’s viewership has shrunk, but sources say that the fans that actually bought the PPV’s were the die-hards and they’ll do near that number for any show, and the long time between big shows will help.
However, keep it mind that’s definitely something they can only do maybe twice a year unless they get something hot.
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