Photos: TNA Event At Minor League Baseball Stadium Draws Less Than 300 Fans

We’ve heard anywhere between 100 and 300 fans attended Friday night’s TNA live event in Bowie, Maryland at Prince George’s Stadium. One fan noted that Bowie’s local minor league baseball team, the Bowie Baysox, drew 3,141 fans at their most recent home game.

Gunner tweeted the following about the event:

Below are several photos of the crowd from Twitter:

  • matthewgarriet

    That’s not a good attendance that stadium has 10,000 seats

  • Jesse Bognanno

    i say about 150 people… ive seen indy shows with larger crowds!!!

  • superstar77

    That’s just embarrassing.

  • Kris Lermond

    Wow. I don’t even know what to say about this..

    Maybe ROH can land their TV deal on Spike. That would not make me sad.

  • Paul Petitfrere

    This was just so hilarious for me. How embarrassing for TNA #LOL

  • Joe

    TNA still has a loyal 1 million people following watching around the world. What does ROH got? They cant even record a number because ROH viewers are so low. Spike does not need a show that only has 10,000 people watching it every Saturday. (ROH) TNA having way higher TV ratings trumps ROH having more attendance.

    • James Tebrucio Luna

      The problem with that is that to my memory ROH comes on Late as fuck and honestly how many people with jobs are gonna come home from work tired saying “I’m gonna watch ROH” not many imo. If ROH had a earlier showing and landed somewhere like spike tv I believe ROH would draw more viewers than TNA.

  • Barack Lesnar

    TNA = WWE rejects and wanna bees.

  • Mark Bassett (MarkyB)

    Shame they had the ring set up so far away as well…

  • Johnny Prothero

    The problem is wrestling itself is facing problems. Tna have higher attendances in the UK. But can’t afford to keep doing UK shows. WWE has pumped a lot into the network and it is losing them a lot of money. Even their share prices have gone down so much. I have heard Vince Mcmahon can’t even call himself a Billionaire any more.