Backstage TNA News: Exclusive Victory Road News; & Lots More

Ryan Clark

– TNA officials were said to be thrilled with how the Interaction event on the Saturday prior to Victory Road on November 6th went. An estimated 400 fans attended the event, paying $50 per person to enter and $7 per picture and $5 per autograph. TNA wrestlers were moved into two blocks for the three hour sessions, but ended up staying longer than expected in order to fulfill the demand. The overall morale among TNA workers was lifted greatly after they saw so many fans treat them as big stars before the big PPV on Sunday.

– The live crowd at the Victory Road PPV showed a great deal of enthusiasm throughout the night, making officials and wrestlers very happy. Many workers were surprised to see how many people traveled from all around the country to come to Orlando for the event. Some were also excited to see how popular the product was outside of Nashville and Orlando.

– The storyline used at Victory Road in the Monster’s Ball Match between Raven, Abyss and Monty Brown was a creation by Raven. The angle was that all three would be locked up in a room 24 hours before the event without food or water.

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