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Partial source: PWInsider
– Before tonight’s TNA iMPACT tapings began in Orlando, members of the TNA staff addressed the crowd at the iMPACT Zone about their behavior.
Fans were told not to curse, make obscene gestures or gang signs. The fans were referred to as “cast members” and were basically told they needed to be quiet, according to a fan in attendance.
This is likely another decision made by Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff, who haven’t been pleased with some of the reactions from the TNA crowd lately.
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the tna fans r a different type of fan. more vocal than wwe fans but not as vocal as the roh fans. when u tellthem they cant throw up gang signs and get rowdy they arent going to sit there and be quiet when hogan or bischoff come out and start rippin on how tna is going to change if they like it or not. they r going to get more rowdy
This is where my biggest beef is with the Hogan/Bischoff takeover. They are doing it in a style that is literally throwing out it’s history. I understand a transition must be made, but they are basically balling up Jeff Jarrett’s TNA and throwing it in the same waste paper basket as they are pulling the WCW product out of. I LOVE the fact that fans and wrestlers have a choice of 2 great programs (and honestly at this point, unless WWE drops the PG line, I’m sure I’m not the only one choosing TNA over WWE right now), and I still think Bischoff was the best GM WWE ever saw. But seriously, TNA fans will NEVER hear Hogan trash Jarrett as the founder and accept it. Jarrett can easily play a heel and easily draw boo’s, but that particular fact will never be overlooked.
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