Reported by Adam Martin of
On Thursday, July 17, 2008 at 6:18 PM EST

According to a report in The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, TNA's Victory Road PPV this past Sunday in Houston, Texas at the Reliant Arena drew an estimated 3,000 fans. This is considered a pretty big disappointment with the show being built around the return of Booker T to his hometown and especially since a recent Smackdown taping in the same city was sold out.

TNA did not draw well either in Atlanta for last year's Bound For Glory PPV in October despite booking Sting, Kurt Angle, The Steiner Brothers and others. The company drew considerably better in the Boston and New York markets recently. The feeling is that next month's Hard Justice PPV will draw well in Trenton since it is close to the New York market. The first Canadian PPV in Oshawa in September is expected to draw well after they did so well in the market last December.

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