Impact Wrestling Has Disappointing Rating In The Go-Home To Bound For Glory

This week’s go-home to Bound for Glory episode of Impact Wrestling did a 0.86 cable rating with an average viewing audience of 1,120,000 viewers on Spike TV. Certainly not the audience TNA was hoping for heading into their biggest pay-per-view of the year.

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  • PileDriver

    I’M FLABERGASTED BY THIS NEWS!!!!

  • craig

    nfl thursday night football. nuff said

    • Richard Gray

      Not really. The football game averaged 5,600,000 viewers and the MLB Playoffs averaged 5,200,000 viewers. The show had to compete with the Vice Presidential debate for the second hour, however, to assert this was due to football really isn't telling the entire story. In comparison, Raw has been going up against audiences in excess of 16,000,000 with MNF on ESPN.

      • David

        I agree, I'm going to assume that everybody who has cable or satellite gets ESPN. But I don't get the NFL Network and I know alot of people who don't.

        • Bigdaddychuck

          Yes but if you combined all the viewers from football baseball and the vp debate it was about 16 million ppl watching all of those..

          • XKonn247

            Because those 16m would have been watching Impact…

  • Freebleeder

    TNA SUCKS!! The End

    • Yanman

      Best comment ever!!!

  • The Breaker

    I think it all comes down to the poor job TNA does at marketing and advertising their product.

  • Yanman

    KB’s Impact Blog > Impact

    • kbunyon

      Yanman – I honestly don't know what to say. That's the sweetest thing anyone's said to me all week.

      Even considering how bad Impact was, this is wonderfully sweet!

      Thanks,
      KB

      • Yanman

        No prob, KB. You do a great job. I look forward to the blog. I read it at work during my lunch break. I guess I’m getting older but a majority of the time the blog is more exciting than the actual show. I still watch the ‘E’ and Impact but to both shows are no longer ‘must see then and there’. Raw was okay with Vince back but now it’s like eh, I’ll catch it later on YouTube or DVR it, whatever. I remember a couple years ago I would never miss a show or at least watch it at the first chance I got. That spark just isn’t there right now and I consider myself an avg. to above avg. fan.

  • Enforcer

    Watching Paula Deen stuff sticks of butter down her gullet > Impact