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Becky Two-Belts

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For some reason, they've always done better internationally than in the states. They used to do U.K. toyrs every year and they'd sell out nice size arenas
Their UK tours were doing incredible business. At one point Impact was doing better ratings than WWE over there.

This is why Anthem wants to possibly move Impact to Canada. We'll see how BFG does.
 

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Their UK tours were doing incredible business. At one point Impact was doing better ratings than WWE over there.

This is why Anthem wants to possibly move Impact to Canada. We'll see how BFG does.
I mean based on the size of the crowd at the most recent episode, I'd be considering any options to try to boost attendance. You could have heard a pin drop in that place.
 

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I mean based on the size of the crowd at the most recent episode, I'd be considering any options to try to boost attendance. You could have heard a pin drop in that place.
I don't doubt it and packing in free park goers doesn't always give you the best audience either.

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I don't doubt it and packing in free park goers doesn't always give you the best audience either.

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Yeah that makes sense, the crowd was complete shit. Are they back at Universal Studios? It looked even smaller than before but that might be because they didn't fill out the seats. I'd say it's even more difficult now because at least back around 2011 they had wrestlers with mainstream name recognition, now they don't even have that going for them. So in that case, I'm all in on the Canada idea. I've always heard Impact's fanbase is more dedicated there and I have little doubt that even a crowd the same size as the Impact Zone's would still be more excited and involved in Canada.
 

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So... Do they have the older shows? PPvs and weeklies?
They sure do! They have every PPV from 2004-2017. Most of the Impacts from the last two years and the first year of NWA-TNA from 2002. They have been adding new content weekly as well. They also have home video stuff, rare matches and xplosion on there.

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They sure do! They have every PPV from 2004-2017. Most of the Impacts from the last two years and the first year of NWA-TNA from 2002. They have been adding new content weekly as well. They also have home video stuff, rare matches and xplosion on there.

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Wow. That was quick from them. Incredible.
 
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Wow. That was quick from them. Incredible.
Yeah the only thing missing for right now is Impacts from 2005 to 2015, which is is a sizeable chunk, but you can still get most of what you need out of it with the TNA's Greatest Matches and TNA EPICS.
 

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Yeah the only thing missing for right now is Impacts from 2005 to 2015, which is is a sizeable chunk, but you can still get most of what you need out of it with the TNA's Greatest Matches and TNA EPICS.
They'll get those Impacts out in due time. They've already added a few more NWA-TNAs from 2003.