There is no way this made a profit.
The WFA work on a shoestring budget so that the fighters are paid as much as they can. They pride themselves on being a fighter friendly promotion. (edit: shoestring budget's probably not the right analogy, but the point is made!)
So if they paid their fighters this amount they would have to have expected to near filled the arena. The turn out was poor & the PPV (from reading the comments in this forum before the show took place) was not wide-spread.
Sponsors aside I can't see any other revenue coming in & as previously mentioned Goldberg & Quadrous would have been paid a pretty penny to commentate the show, then you have the behind the scenes crew & administration costs. It's not looking good.
However, with the news that they're signing talent like Faber (good up & coming fighters) this should be a better direction for them & there's nothing wrong with getting in a crowd pleasing fight, Crocop Vs Buentello for eg, as long as you get value for money.