Terry Taylor undergoes knee surgery, TNA draws well in Oshawa, & more

Reported by Adam Martin of WrestleView.com
On Tuesday, January 1, 2008 at 5:35 PM EST

TNA Talent Relations head Terry Taylor underwent double knee replacement surgery recently, so Pat Kenney (aka Simon Diamond) was sent to run the TNA events in Canada this week.

One source is claiming that TNA drew in the range of 4,300 fans at their event in Oshawa, Canada this week. While it remains to be seen if this was indeed a "company record", it may end up being so for a non-PPV event as Lockdown last year in St. Louis is believed to have drawn over 5,000 fans or so. The company could be interested in running a PPV possibly later this year after the strong turnout.

Speaking of PPV, there has been talks of holding an event in Texas this year. Other cities are also under consideration, but nothing has been confirmed by TNA yet. Chicago would have to be considered a top candidate after plans didn't work out last year.

Source: PWInsider.com