Reported by Adam Martin of
On Monday, September 8, 2008 at 6:44 PM EST

Mark Holdsworth sent these notes in:

A close friend whom works for the General Motors Centre has informed me that the No Surrender PPV is close to sold out now, with only 800 tickets remaining. The arena holds 5,000 people, although for this PPV configuration it will only allow for 3, 500. The General Motors box office believes the remaining tickets will sell the night of the event. While this will not be a record crowd for TNA it should prove to be a great showing for their first time in Canada.

The same cannot be said for their show the night before in London, ON. Even though the area is 3/4 closed off (by a curtain), second row tickets still remain. London is a good wrestling town, but due to Oshawa only being 2.5 hours away, I would imagine anyone whom lives in London and is a big wrestling fan, already has tickets for the PPV instead (as these tickets went on sale and were announced before the London show was even an option. It may have made more sense to run a house show a little farther away, as I imagine many of the near sold out crowd are coming from all over Ontario and Quebec.

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