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TNA News: Live Events Losing Money, TNA Interested In Chris Hero
Posted by Joseph Lee on 02.20.2014



- There have been several reports in the past about TNA live events having poor attendance. TNA often has to pay the buildings they're renting to cover what they owe, instead of the usual method of the arena getting a cut of the final settlement. In December, TNA held an event at Temple University. They had to give Temple a $15,000 check because attendance was so low that TNA was unable to cover what they owed for renting the building.

- Many people backstage want Dixie Carter to bring Chris Hero to TNA. There is currently no deal in place yet.

Chris Hero briefly worked with TNA in 2003 but never appeared on any of the PPVs. He signed with WWE in February 2012 as Kassius Ohno. He was in developmental for over a year before getting released last November.

Credit: The Wrestling Observer via Wrestlezone





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