Early estimates on pay-per-view buys for the TNA Final Resolution event are in and it's clear that Jeff Hardy is the biggest star TNA has on its roster.
Early estimates are in for the TNA Final Resolution pay-per-view (PPV) that took place this past Dec. 9, 2012, at the Impact Wrestling Zone in Orlando, Florida, and it's clear the company needs to make re-signing Jeff Hardy to a new, long-term contract a top priority.
That's because "The Charismatic Enigma" is a proven draw, having somehow managed to garner an estimated 11,000 buys for a show that largely had little to no press and even less buzz heading in.
That's according to the Wrestling Observer, who notes that Hardy "seems to be good for about a 38% increase in buys over when Austin Aries and Bobby Roode were champions."
That's pretty impressive.
Hardy defended his TNA heavyweight title in the main event of the evening against Bobby Roode with undercard support in the form of AJ Styles vs. Christopher Daniels and Austin Aries vs. Bully Ray.