Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Jun 30, 2013
How Did TNA (And WWE) Do Against The NHL & NBA?

How Did TNA (And WWE) Do Against The NHL & NBA?

The NBA playoffs were up 5% in the ratings from last year. The finals game that went against Impact on June 20th was the second most watched NBA game ever on ABC with an average of 17.7 million viewers.

The Stanley Cup playoff finals, which went against wrestling several times (both WWE & TNA), were the most watched since 1994. The games that aired on NBC scored an average of 5.76 million viewers.

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8 Responses to “How Did TNA (And WWE) Do Against The NHL & NBA?”

  1. JoshuaTNA says:

    Wrestling fans also watch others sports, We get it no need to remind us.

  2. TwIsTeD_EnEmY says:

    How does this compare NHL/NBA to TNA/WWE ?

    • andy3323 says:

      You beat me to it………I'd hate to see the writers on this site making tests back when I was in school, we'd get asked questions like 'which number is greater, 4 or…" (and then get asked the same question 5 times at that)

  3. IHNSAIN says:

    wtf this has nothing to do with wrestling all u have done is posted the viewers for nhl and nba and put the name tna in there some where id rather read nothing on a slow news day than read pointless stuff

  4. stevontte1 says:

    It's showing the downward trend in the ratings when it comes to wrestling going head to head with the playoffs.

    • andy3323 says:

      So we're supposed to assume WWE had a downward trend in ratings in recent weeks, as well? I don't have a clue what they have been doing in the ratings.

  5. RavenNevermore says:

    Well the NBA is scripted like wrestling. The Refs and David Stern are the head of NBA creative.

  6. stevontte1 says:

    Yes wwe's ratings has dropped during the playoffs, but that's natural since wrestling isn't as popular as it used to be. Now that the playoffs & finals are over with the ratings for both companies should go up.

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