Post by chrishavius on Apr 16, 2012 11:03:28 GMT -5
This was my first time with any wrestling show in a theatre (we don't have WWE one's in the US - or at least in my area). 2 of my friends and I walked in, and there was only 1 other person in the whole theatre - lol - a few more filtered in bringing the grand total, including myself and friends, to a whopping 12.
Not much of a turnout, but I did enjoy the experience. I didn't hear if anybody else had this problem, but during the main event for about 5 minutes, the video was stalling and lagging like every 2 seconds, which was annoying as hell, but was then fixed.
I thought the show itself wasn't too bad, other than a horrid live crowd. Morgan and Crimson sucked, but that's because....they both suck. Some of the undercard was underwhelming but not bad, and I thought Lethal Lockdown, Hardy/Angle, and the main event were good to quite good.
Dosen't seem like TNA or the theatre made a lot of money off of this, but if they did this more often, I probably would go again.
Post by Kevin Paralis on Apr 16, 2012 15:11:24 GMT -5
I watched the ppv at a theatre in Allentown, PA. I'd say there were about 20-25 people in the theatre. Was silent for most of the show other than the Hulk/Flair segment and some of the Eric Young stuff. There were also some feed problems throughout the night that I would compare to watching a internet stream where the video might slow for a moment and then speed up to catch up with the audio. The feed was totally lost when Roode and Storm were battling on the top rope but it only went down for 3-5 seconds. Overall good experience though, I wish TNA and WWE would do this more.