Various News: Bound For Glory Will Likely Be Taped, WWE May Hire Former Knockout, More
Posted by Joseph Lee on 07.03.2014
And TNA's original World title plans revealed...
- TNA will likely have to air their Bound for Glory PPV in Japan on tape. An 8 PM ET start time in the US would mean that TNA would have to start the event at 7 AM Monday morning Tokyo time in order for it to be live.
The website said that the company taking a risk with their bigger PPV could be a sign that they aren't making very much money, if any, through PPV. They would be saving money by doing a taped PPV. Wrestle-1 will likely cover production costs for the event, which means TNA's largest expense will be taking the talent to Japan.
- TNA originally planned to have MVP beat Eric Young for the TNA title at Slammiversary. When MVP was injured, they gave Bobby Lashley the belt instead.
- WWE may be hiring former TNA Knockout Rosita (Thea Trinidad) soon. She has been on WWE TV and the Money in the Bank PPV already, playing one of Adam Rose's Rosebuds.
Credit: The Wrestling Observer and PWInsider via Wrestlezone