What do you think about TNA cutting back on PPVs?
Are they just trying to be smart with their money and give the product breathing room, or is this a sign that they're running out of money?
They don't HAVE any money, they're being kept alive at the whims of Panda Energy and Spike TV in that order. Running 12 PPVs a year at this point is just something they'r doing because it's something they've always done. There's no way the paltry amount of buys they get possibly justifies the cost of doing the shows, so the more they can cut back, the better. Honestly they'd be 1000% better off cutting down to Lockdown, Slammiversary, Destination X and Bound For Glory and then just doing everything else as Clash-style (as opposed to Styles Clash) TV specials on Spike or maybe even a different Viacom property like MTV2 as something different.