TNA Wrestling has released the following statement about the recent debacle known as Victory Road:


TNA Wrestling strives to give fans who purchase our pay-per-views as close to a full three-hour event as possible. This past Sunday’s “TNA Victory Road” fell short of that standard.  Your support of TNA is never taken for granted. To show you how we value that support, we would like to offer six months of free access to the library.

To receive your free offer, please send us a copy of your Victory Road pay-per-view purchase receipt to :

TNA OnDemand Offer
209 10th Avenue South, #302
Nashville, TN 37203.

Please be sure and submit your name, address, and email address, as we will be emailing a special code that  will unlock over 300 hours of great TNA Wrestling action.

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  1. Lovely. I saw this earlier elsewhere, and the same thought is clear. Could've stolen it, can still steal it….. still don't have time to care. At least they openly admit that PPV was garbage. Off to watch that link I sent TSJ last night….

    • Do. I watched it on Netflix earlier today, it's an excellent story, and I will be buying it as soon as I'm able to do so.

  2. I suppose that any form of acknowledgment that the ppv was a disaster is more than what we would usually get. The problem is that only the most die-hard TNA fans paid for that show in the first place, and if that's true, most of them have likely already watched as much of the OnDemand library as they care to watch. Letting people send in their receipts to get a coupon or download code to get the next TNA ppv for free might have been a better move. Provided that THAT show isn't awful.

  3. Providing free service for the next ppv would be nice. But from what the figures were for last nights ppv it was around 500 and at 3.95 for TNAondemand and only getting six months there still missing eleven dollars they owe and a eleven dollar coupon included with the ppv would of been more convenient. Just saying tna needs to do something quick before they find themselves looking at a lawsuit.

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