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Ric Flair vs. Sting?, Recent TNA Attendance Figures, Tonight’s iMPACT Matches

– Here are some recent TNA attendance figures, courtesy of the Wrestling Observer:

* May 5th in Joplin, Missouri – 3,000 fans
* May 6th in Fort Smith, Arkansas – 690 fans
* May 7th in Hot Springs, Arkansas – 700 fans

– Matches for tonight’s TNA iMPACT include Mickie James & Miss Tessmacher vs. Tara & Madison Rayne, Sangriento vs. Suicide, Crimson vs. Abyss vs. Samoa Joe and a 25-man battle royal to determine a new #1 contender. Also on tonight’s show, the network’s representative will be revealed, Kurt Angle will unveil his “mistress” and Matt Hardy will introduce his mystery partner.

– Ric Flair appeared on Mark Madden’s radio show yesterday and teased wanting to face Sting for the TNA World Heavyweight Title this summer.

  • venom

    I want to see Hogan, Flair, and Sting fight in a ladder match. I want all 3 to fall of the top of the ladder on to tables and pray that nobody gets up. That would be worth watching.

  • the hammer

    as stone cold said many years ago” bring out all the old timers with their walkers and canes and have a bottle of jeritol on a pole match”

  • In Grind We Crust

    I’d watch TNA if they weren’t so prone to doing stupid shit like this.

  • adam tarasievich

    Wow first hogan sting now flair sting. Why dont they just throw all of them together and have steiener and bring in scott hall and macho man. Then you can have a 6 man holy crap match. That wont help ratings at all but will just feed into all of there ego’s which is what they want.

  • Stevie

    Yeah this would have been good (and was) in 1991, not 2011.

  • CC

    Flair is certainly more talented and mobile than Hogan, but once again, who wants to see a main event from 20 years ago when there is so much young talent being wasted?
    Hell, anyone who knows the history of Flair and Sting will have already seen them face eachother many times in their careers, or will have at least seen a few of their matches together, so who would it really benefit?
    Does the younger crowd really need to see them go against eachother now they are no longer at the top of their game?