Jeremy Borash said Total Nonstop Deletion could cost more than an Impact taping.
The TNA official was on The Taz Show Friday, talking all things TNA. He spoke about TNA's current situation, the Apocalypto tag team match and the episode to be shot at the Hardy compound. Borash claims shooting at Broken Matt Hardy's property wasn't a money saving effort from TNA.
“I heard something last night from one of the most ‘respected news reporters’ that we’re doing this Hardy show to save money. We’re planning a Hardy special in December. Complete [expletive]. Not even close. The amount of money we’re spending on this show is equal to, if not more, than what it would cost to do an Impact,” Borash said.
The look of the Total Nonstop Deletion episode, set to be taped in November, will be interesting.
“There’s going to be a ring there. We’re setting up his ‘Dome of Deletion’ to fully accommodate the six-sided ring, lighting, fans, everything. It will look like a completely different arena. And then of course the Hardy compound will be the battleground for Apocalypto, Borash said.
Borash claims the Apocalypto match is going to be "the most epic tag team match ever." The contest will be an elimination match and will have a falls count anywhere stipulation.With the promotion attempting to get non TNA talent, Borash estimates "no less than a dozen lawsuits" when wrestlers openly defy their contracts to come work this match."
"[Matt Hardy] has called out the New Day, he’s called out the Bucks of Youth. This match is coming up, Apocalypto, it’s falls count anywhere, and any tag team through space and time is invited. And he called out people, said if you are under a contract and can’t get there, you are basically admitting that you are a slave to the owner. There is precedent for this," Borash said.
Impact Wrestling can be seen on Pop TV Thursdays at 8 p.m.
- From The Web