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How Much Money Did Mickie James Turn Down from TNA?, Recent Attendance, Tonight's Impact
By Marc Middleton
Sep 26, 2013 - 8:54:29 AM

- Tonight's episode of Impact Wrestling will feature The Main Event Mafia vs. Aces & 8s in six-man action, the fallout from Dixie Carter and AJ Styles' confrontation, Chris Sabin vs. Manik for the X Division Title plus another six-person match with Eric Young, ODB and Joseph Park vs. Robbie E, Jessie Godderz and a Knockout to be named.

- The TNA live event on September 20th in El Paso, Texas drew just 200 fans. The September 21st show from Tucson, Arizona drew 950 fans.

- Mickie James was reportedly offered $60,000 a year to stay with TNA but she turned it down. Mickie is currently charging $1,800 per indy appearance. Concert fees for Mickie and her band range from $3,750 to $5,000.

Must See New Photos of Mickie Posing, Big Rumor on TNA's Future, More

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

  • Dixie Carter Announces a Former WWE Superstar for TNA's Next Set of NYC Impact Tapings

  • AJ Styles Reveals How Much Money He Turned Down from TNA, Is He Making More with NJPW?

  • More on Mathews Possibly Joining TNA, Former WWE Stars on Impact, Hardy Talks Tag Teams

  • Promo and Matches for TNA Destination X, Former X Division Champion Returns, Bootcamp

  • Jarrett's Global Force Wrestling Working with Douglas Williams, Announces New Partnerships

  • Matches for Tonight's NYC Impact, One Goal Between TNA and Wrestle-1, The Wolves Defending

  • TNA Announces Two Wrestlers and a Knockout Have Signed New Contracts Today

  • Wrestle-1 Title Defended at TNA Bound For Glory?, Knockouts Calendar Shoot Video, Attendance

  • Segment with Dixie Carter Posts Show-Low Rating for Impact, Robbie Talks World Title & More

  • New Video from Kurt Angle, Potential Issue for TNA Returning to NYC In the Future, Spin Cycle