TNA News: TNA issues a statement regarding the Victory Road pay-per-view debacle, make good offer to fans who ordered the show

Mar 16, 2011 - 12:26 AM

TNA has issued the following statement on their website regarding Sunday's Victory Road pay-per-view.

"TNA Wrestling strives to give fans who purchase our pay-per-views as close to a full three-hour event as possible. This past Sunday’s "TNA Victory Road" fell short of that standard.  Your support of TNA is never taken for granted. To show you how we value that support, we would like to offer six months of free access to the library."

To find out more details about the offer, visit [Thanks to Dot Net readers Andrae Jones and Danny for passing along the story.]

Powell's POV: That's the closest they've come to issuing an actual apology for the main event debacle involving Jeff Hardy. It's a step in the right direction and I'm sure it will satisfy some frustrated viewers, but it would be nice if they had actually acknowledged what happened and how they plan to address the situation. While they're at it, perhaps Dixie Carter could take the time to actually address the locker room, which has been left in the dark, according to multiple sources.

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