According to PWInsider.com, there's been a handful of issues backstage heading into tonight's Impact Wrestling Bound for Glory pay-per-view:
It was reported that the event sold out, but there are still reportedly some standing room tickets available at the TD Place box office. The next set of television tapings following the PPV have not yet sold out either.
There is some gossip going around the Impact lockerroom that talents will be offered lower salaries in the coming weeks. As was previously reported, this is apparently the reason why Impact lost most of their referees. It may be that a similar situation is going to happen with the wrestlers as well.
And finally, a lot of people on the staff reportedly are not in attendance for tonight's BFG pay-per-view, including Impact official Bob Ryder, seamstress Jolene George, several of the people on the production team who handle the pre-tapes, the person who usually drives the merchandise to the shows, and several other staff members who weren't able to get into Canada.