Impact Wrestling Rating

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This week’s Impact Wrestling did a 0.96 cable rating with an average viewing audience of 1,217,000 viewers on Spike TV.

  • jdl

    What happened to TNA's ratings holding steady? I swear, they go up and down every week even more than Raw's do. It's getting kind of ridiculous.

  • O_SWrasslinFan

    Seriously , The show wasn't good , but it wasn't bad !!! And also , I would swear that this site and alot of the others and the ratings dept. is up VKM's ass !!! Crazy ?!? Not as much as one would think !!! But , again…Hogan !!! Everytime that guy shows his geriatic , wrinkled , beat-up ass on camera , The show takes a spiral in ratings !!!

    • XKonn247

      Oh shut up! TNA isn’t a ratings monster. It’s hardly advertised and basically a glorified Indy show. No one is “up VKMs ass”. He just does a better job at making his product known. And TNA is a just over ten year old company. WWE is nearing 100 years now… Which is going to be bigger!? Stop complaining your precious TNA dropped again and realise it takes time to build a dynasty.

      • kevin

        1963 buddy last time I checked we’re not even near 2063

      • 100 years……LOL x100

        • XKonn247

          I know your name. You’re the one who fails with every “joke” he pops on this site aren’t you?

          • Im the guy that just laughed at someone for failing to back up their argument with real facts.

  • ted

    wwe is not 100 years old. vince took his dad's little rassling promotion in 1982 and turned it into a global company; the only thing his dad did in 1982 was sell it to him.

    tna is not on wwe's level and it has nothing to do with old man hogan or middle aged sting. it has to do with the fact that pro wrestling is not popular enough to support 2 mainstream promotions anymore which is why tna failed on monday nights.

    the fact is that fans who watch tna also watch wwe so they are part of the wwe universe.

    roh, tna exist because of wwe keeping this circus industry alive on a global level.

    • _JIM_

      I don’t agree with that at all. The public would support 2 companies easily IF they both had interesting content. There are tons of fans out there that don’t watch anymore because there isn’t anything in either promotion that is interesting to them. WWE needs to go in more of an adult direction and the fans would come racing back in droves. TNA on the other hand is a mess. They are so inconsistent it’s ridiculous. They also are way to gimmicky with Open Fight Night, Gut Check, and all that crap. If they would just put on a straight pro-wresting show with interesting angles, that actually made sense, they would be doing so much better. They don’t need all those stupid gimmick shows that do nothing but get in the way of furthering their actual angles. Their lack of advertising is also killing them. As far as I’m concerned Dixie has got to go, and fast. I hope Jarrett can come up with an investor that would put him back in control and put Dixie out on her ear. They need a wrestling person at the helm. Not a business woman who’s Mommy pays the bills for her.

  • Paul

    At one point a fair few Years ago tna was an entertainig show…… Not anymore

    • _JIM_

      That was PRE DIXIE. When Jarrett was still in control. That’s exactly what I’m talking about in my comment above. She’s got to go. There needs to be a wrestling person in charge that would have the knowledge and the balls to tell Hogan and Bischoff no that’s not going to work. Let’s try this. Not just someone who says ok to every single thing. That’s why WWE is so successful. Vince knows what will work and what won’t a good 95% of the time. Yeah he’s wrong every so often, but nowhere near as much as Dixie.