Impact Wrestling Viewership Continues To Rise

This week's episode of Impact Wrestling, which was headlined by Sonjay Dutt vs. Low Ki for the X-Division Championship, drew 327,000 viewers. This is up again from last week's 318,000, as this was the second Impact episode taped in Mumbai, India.

2017 Impact Viewership:

January 5, 2017: 290,000 viewers (Live)
January 12, 2017: 277,000 viewers
January 19, 2017: 310,000 viewers
January 26, 2017: 307,000 viewers
February 2, 2017: 299,000 viewers
February 9, 2017: 252,000 viewers
February 16, 2017: 325,000 viewers
February 23, 2017: 275,000 viewers
March 2, 2017: 293,000 viewers
March 9, 2017: 292,000 viewers (Live/"reboot")
March 16, 2017: 344,000 viewers
March 23, 2017: 305,000 viewers
March 30, 2017: 297,000 viewers
April 6, 2017 - 309,000 viewers
April 13, 2017 - 302,000 viewers
April 20, 2017 - 320,000 viewers (Live)
April 27, 2017 - 255,000 viewers
May 4, 2017 - 260,000 viewers
May 11, 2017 - 309,000 viewers
May 18, 2017 - 272,000 viewers
May 25, 2017 - 305,000 viewers
June 1, 2017 - 287,000 viewers
June 8, 2017 - 318,000 viewers
June 15, 2017 - 327,000 viewers

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  • ldb

    wwe. is driving fans to other options where decent booking is done and fans are treated like consumers not prisoners of the market. impact has been putting on good shows . even del rio is like a new performer since getting away from wwe.

  • live1213

    Well I think it’s more of style now the New Japan style is catching hold the WWE see it just haven’t got the right stars and impact is the alternative with the WWE having 8 big stars, New Japan having 2, ROH having (Cody) and Impact having 2 the balance of power is still in WWE corner but may b slipping if Dolph goes to New Japan, and if Impact can score a big star for Bound For Glory the gap (WWE still in the lead) closing in.
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