TNA reportedly cutting two pay-per-views from 2013 calendar

With Lockdown moving to March instead of April, rumors are that TNA will be cutting two of its yearly pay-per-views, going to 10 PPV shows a year instead of 12.

According to current plans, the Against All Odds and No Surrender pay-per-views – held in February and September respectively – will not feature in the 2013 calendar, giving enough time to build for Lockdown in March and Bound For Glory in October.

Both Bound For Glory and Lockdown are TNA’s most important pay-per-views of the year, similar to what WrestleMania and SummerSlam are to WWE.

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