TNA Live in Tulsa: A Fan's Perspective

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TNA Live in Tulsa: A Fan's Perspective
photo by Jeremiah Allan

Sunday night, August 5th, was TNA's first show in Tulsa, Oklahoma in the company's 10-year history.

My friends and family (particularly my nine-year-old stepson, a huge Jeff Hardy fan) had been looking forward to the event for months as we'd been to TNA before and had a wonderful time.

(We once drove 150 miles from Bartlesville to Oklahoma City to see Samoa Joe vs. A.J. Styles, the Machine Guns vs. Beer Money and Ric Flair vs. Kurt Angle in the main event. Other than floor seats at WrestleMania 28, that show is my favorite live wrestling experience, and we had equally high hopes for this card.)

As with most things in modern wrestling, though, what we got was a mixed bag.

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