TNA Wrestling’s Hard to Kill event marked the beginning of a new era for the company as they have fully embraced what got them to the dance in the first place. It was a successful event as the company had the largest gate it had in 10 years thanks to the event.
The Hard to Kill pay-per-view took place on January 13th, 2024 at the Palms Casino Resort in Paradise, Nevada. As previously reported, the show was already on the verge of a sellout with 1,311 tickets out of capacity of 1,402 before the event.
According to PWInsider, it was reported that Hard to Kill was not only the largest live attendance for the promotion in quite a few years but that it was the largest live gate for the company in about a decade.
”Last night’s TNA Hard To Kill PPV was not only the largest live attendance for the promotion in many years, but we are told it was the largest live gate for the company in about a decade.”
The Hard to Kill pay-per-view was truly a night of memorable moments and solid matches, with lots of surprises for fans. This included Dolph Ziggler making his debut for the promotion, among other things.
TNA clearly has all the momentum in the world right now and fans hope they will be able to carry forward with this momentum and end up creating history in 2024. All signs point toward that happening at the moment.
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