TNA News: PPV Issues, TNA Not Allowing Recording of PPV Events, Attendance Notes, More
Posted by Larry Csonka on 06.16.2014
More post Slammiversary news…
- Time Warner was having issues with their system last night, causing many people to have difficulty ordering the show. People in the New York area were not able to get the show last night.
- For those wondering, the Bobby Roode suspension is just storyline.
- The crowd for the Slammiversary show was said to be between 3,000 and 4,000. Word is that Kevin Von Erich and his sons doing local media really helped last minute ticket sales.
- From William: I bought and recorded TNA Slamiversity last night. Got home at about 8:30 and started to watch the show from 8 o'clock on. At 11 when the James Storm/Mr. Anderson match started the feed cut off and the show I recorded was gone. I called Time Warner to find out what happened so I could get the remainder of the show. Time Warner told me TNA no longer allows recording of their PPV's. Since I could not view the rest of the PPV I demanded my money back which they gave me. This means that people going out or coming in late should not buy and record the PPV because it won't happened. I have been buying the monthly PPV's and now the PPV's TNA have. This will stop me from buying the TNA PPV's if I can't record them in case something happens and I have to leave.