Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Apr 21, 2014
Last Week’s TNA iMPACT! Rating Is In – Details

Last Week’s TNA iMPACT! Rating Is In – Details

Last week’s episode of TNA iMPACT! Wrestling drew a 0.83 (0.8) cable rating, down from the 1.02 rating the previous week.

The show averaged 1.015 million viewers, down from the previous week’s 1.415 viewers.

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12 Responses to “Last Week’s TNA iMPACT! Rating Is In – Details”

  1. TNA original says:

    I ve always said and i will repeat myself no more money spent all over usa just a new impact house for tv product with a noisy crowd in the north area.i know all the stuff about territory but NYC for example will show how TNA fans can be effective for the product .
    I know cost productions is an issue, but im talking about a new arena on the north .Noisy = ratings will go up ,even if it's a prerecorded show Even if we all know in these days with all technology stuff that we have, a live show is a must for ratings.My humble opinion =new arena, two live shows per months

    • RealCreative says:

      I can see your point but i dont think arenas will change ratings …they took it on the road and we didnt see any major impact on ratings…its what ive said before……..wrestling just doesnt have the same market as it use to like the WCW, ECW WWE/F eras….reality is WWE dominate the market as they have been established for years…..TNA is still a new company even 12yrs later it doesnt have the same bank as WWE has….the fans are still there but the WWE has a different market as the powerhouse of sports entertainment

  2. nwoforlife says:

    rating wont go up because they are on spike spike is just a small network that still needs to grow

  3. TwIsTeD_EnEmY says:

    I'm done blaming TNA's rating on everything but the product itself.
    TNA hasn't been good for a while, and the ratings have been going down for ages..
    It;s got to the point where I don't look forward, nor do I actually end up watching iMPACT.
    Sorry to say this, and I'm sure I'll get 20 thumbs down, but I' m really not a TNA fan at the moment.

    • Peckar says:

      You are not alone. The only thing good coming out of TNA in the last couple of months is Hardy's Willow character (that he created)but "creative haven't done anything creative with Willow. The best wrestlers they have left are really there just to put the new guys, who I don't give a shit about, over. EY was really entertaining working his comedy gimmick, now whos going to fill that void now he's the serious champ. Product is a mess

  4. Tony Schivone says:

    TNA Has deterioted into a bad local indie fed. Who in the name of heck would be impressed with Eric Young if you tuned in as a bewbie? in our sport nothing matters motlre rhan first impressions. Speaking of first imressions TAZ and TENNAY? WTF? get JB and DON on commentary and push the hell out of THE COWBOY FROM HELL JAMES STORM. Spike is a joke of a network and rhe impact zone is tge comfort zone. TNA will go under as soon as GFW hits.

  5. DJBIGCG says:

    You know last I heard, Russo is back with tna. If so, Russo use to write for wwf/e, and wcw during the time those shows were pulling ratings in the 4s 5s and so on. With that, Russo should be able to write something for tna. That has them pulling 1.1s 1.2 ratings, and up. Not these .8s and .9s

  6. stockshark2 says:

    Ok let me get it straight we now hate TNA because they have gotten rid of the old guys Hogan, Flair and Sting ect. RIGHT? Before we had to hate them because they had the old guys Hogan, Flair and Sting ect. ok just making sure I have it straight I now have to hate TNA because they have the young guys your wanted before but now hate ohhhh my head hurts!

    • Mr. Excitement says:

      I agree. People complain about everything. First they needed to go on the road (I'm still laughing at that one) because the ratings would follow. Nope.

      Next Spike is not a large enough network. Spike has a big enough reach (ratings for RAW IS WAR is a good example) and Spike has spent tons of money on TNA including paying part of Sting's contract multiple years. If Spike spent more money on advertising it wouldn't help with ratings either.

      Then 'get rid of Hogan' and all because everyone wants to see young guys developed (still laughing at that one too). Nope.

      TNA is using all young no names and people complain they need star power.

      Now Russo's back (still not sure why) and that'll be latest excuse to why TNA is failing to grow.

      TNA is a wealthy indy wrestling company with a good TV deal.

    • Peckar says:

      People thought, myself included, going on the road would give them better crowds for there televised Impacts, such as the hot crowds they had in the UK, which of course would make the product look better than having the luke-warm, small crowds they got at Universal Studios. Didn't happen.

      Having Flair, Hogan and Sting all at once taking up all the television time is a complete waste of money. Having Sting who could still occasionally wrestle and/or just a mouth-piece for the company seen as he was there from the start completely makes sense. Hogan when he first got there put the tag belts on his buddies Knobbs and the other dude remember? Plus bought some older guys in that nobody wanted to see as well as his daughter, and between the two of them were taking up 30 minutes of a 90 minute show.

      Spike is a big enough network if they ever got it right. TNA seem to be less occupied with putting on a consistent show and more looking to spike (excuse the pun) ratings by putting the belt on anyone and everyone. If they put evrything together that they have worked out over the years, they could put on great shows. MCM's, Beer Money, Young Bucks and Latin America Xchange. X-Division wrestlers such as Petey, Low Ki, Amazing Red and Sonjay Dutt. Comedy gimmicks like Bad Influence, EY and ODB. And they did have chock full main eventers with A.J, Aries, Anderson, Bully, Angle, Joe and Magnus. Womans Division seems to be the only thing they have right now and they change titles with no build or story.

      TNA looks to be on its last stand, and if so, it is going to go down in a heap of flames. There is no way in hell people will tune in to see Gunner, Shaw, Bro Mans and MVP. And they are the ones getting the push. Not the wrestlers who have actually got over with little help from TNA anyway.

  7. mfg420 says:

    If it’s not wwe it’s not going to move up at all its just gonna go up n down wwe is the top dogg gfw will be the same as TNA no one is going to pass wwe any time soon all TNA n Gfw can do is try their best to keep up.So this TNA got this number this week n TNA got this low number last week is really just repeated news .. it also doesn’t mean the show is dying out or going anywhere ROH is still around as well they got a tv deal to what’s their numbers

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