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Negative Report on TNA's Partner for Bound For Glory, Ticket Prices Revealed, Unfinished Business
By Marc Middleton
Sep 1, 2014 - 8:45:53 AM

- A one-hour TNA Unfinished Business: Best of Bound For Glory pay-per-view will begin airing on Saturday, October 4th.

- Tickets for TNA's Bound For Glory pay-per-view from Tokyo at Korakuen Hall go on sale to the general public in Japan on September 11th. A pre-sale began at the venue after an event this past weekend. Special ringside seats are 7,000 yen or about $67 USD, regular ringside seats are 5,000 yen or about $48 USD and general admission seats are 4,000 yen or about $38 USD.

- TNA partner Wrestle-1 has become a "vanity project" of The Great Muta and their shows are said to be pretty much useless at this point, according to F4Wonline.com. TNA and Wrestle-1 will be promoting Bound For Glory from Tokyo in October.

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