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  • robert

    well it hit rock bottom last week maybe it's the turning point until i saw lastnights show, but it was the last show before tna 10,,,, why is kurt not highlighted spotlighted i wouldn't mind him vs roode again best ppv match i seen in awhile in tna.

  • PainOfDemise

    Ouch.

  • Dave Barton

    Its a real shame that TNA can’t get it all together. They’ve got worldwide tv, a strong financial backer, they’ve been around for 10 years, they’re airing live, and they still can’t break the glass ceiling & draw a 2.0+ rating. Its just sad as a wrestling fan, that there’s no significant competition for WWE.

  • James

    I got nothing. This is just a joke. Yeah they are facing up against the NBA playoffs but we saw this even before the playoffs, so there is really no excuse.

  • Noah

    LOL

  • jdl

    It's starting to become clear that the reason TNA isn't getting up there in ratings is the station they're not. Spike is not a hospitable environment for any TV series, TNA is no exception. If TNA wants to branch out and grow, then one of the first things they need to do is improve their positioning on the television market. TNA is one of Spike's best performing shows, and that's not really an accomplishment when you consider that most of their content is either childishly sexist, or syndicated reruns of old sitcoms.

  • Aldin94

    TNA has tryd almost everything yet nothing makes people want to tune in?? WWE RAW or SMACKDOWN aren’t any better as a show but average between ratings of 1.8 and 3.0

  • snuggle

    The rating is up from last week what are you people talking about. This is the ratings that tna pulls weekly.

    • smithmiester

      Agreed

  • MonstaHeel 450

    In other words, business as usual. Well Brooke, you got big boots to fill, and uh actually…. movin' on….

  • _JIM_

    Spike TV or TNA’s parent company needs to open up their wallets and finally start spending some real money on this new fangled thing called ADVERTISING that I’ve heard about recently. Most people don’t even know when or where to find Impact. Nothing is going to change until they get the average everyday run of the mill wrestling fans to start tuning in. Until then they are just going to continue taking beatings from the smart fans who are the only people currently watching their product. They need the average fans to start tuning in and getting into their show. Once they do that I think the numbers will go up everywhere. Because IMO the shows have SLOWLY been getting better and better. Really slowly, but that’s at least some positive news for once.

  • Louis

    Let’s face it NBA on too that’s real good let’s see two weeks after slammevrirsy