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TNA Wrestling still considering Las Vegas as possible new permanent home

Although no official decision has been made yet, TNA Wrestling is still considering Las Vegas as an option to be its new permanent home, according to a report from Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com

TNA Wrestling still considering Las Vegas as possible new permanent home

Although no official decision has been made yet, TNA Wrestling is still considering Las Vegas as an option to be its new permanent home, according to a report from Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com

Las Vegas was in the running, but was dropped because of the costs of running their shows on the west coast. According to Johnson, however, Sin City is back in play.

TNA is looking to get off the road as a cost-cutting measure. It costs a lot of money for TNA to take its product on the road every week for television and the costs heavily outweigh the income.

Two main revenue streams for taking the show on the road would be ticket and merchandise sale. TNA isn’t doing all that on the road in either department.

Vaughn Johnson Sports Producer
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Vaughn Johnson Sports Producer
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