Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Oct 5, 2013
Quarter-Hour Breakdown Of This Week’s iMPACT! Rating

Quarter-Hour Breakdown Of This Week’s iMPACT! Rating

Source(s): Nielsen Media Research &

Here are the quarter-hour viewership numbers for this week’s episode of iMPACT! Wrestling, which averaged a 0.95 (1.0) cable rating.

Q1: 1.09 rating – AJ Styles and Bully Ray talking segment, AJ tossed by Dixie Carter, one commercial break

Q2: 1.03 rating – Kenny King and Chris Sabin vs. Jeff Hardy and Manik, one commercial break

Q3: 0.91 rating – Sting and Hulk Hogan talking segment, Magnus and Sting talking segment, start of Magnus gauntlet match, one commercial break

Q4: 0.84 rating – Middle part of Magnus gauntlet match, two commercial breaks

Q5: 0.99 rating – End of gauntlet match, Sting vs. Magnus for Bound for Glory announced, one commercial break

Q6: 0.87 rating – Lei’D Tapa debut, “Ethan is coming” vignette, one commercial break

Q7: 0.91 rating – Gunner and James Storm hype video, Kurt Angle Hall of Fame video, Samoa Joe vs. Bully Ray start, one commercial break

Q8: 0.94 rating – End of Joe vs. Ray, Hulk Hogan quits, two commercial breaks

The lowest-rated portion of the show contained the middle portion of Magnus vs. EGO in a gauntlet match, while the highest-rated segment was the AJ Styles/Bully Ray/Dixie Carter segment at the start of the show.

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5 Responses to “Quarter-Hour Breakdown Of This Week’s iMPACT! Rating”

  1. incognitowolfe says:


    • Philly_Cheese says:

      The thing is, this has been consistent across the board… Every time she's been the shown on TV it was always the highest rated segment. Hopefully creative doesn't mess this up like they do everything else.

  2. 02Roadking says:

    I did find myself turning the channel through the Magnus matches. Why? because I knew he would win the first 2 and lose against Roode. He has only been effective as a heel….

    • Mr. Excitement says:

      I don't blame you. That happens most of the time. Wrestler wins the first two then somehow loses to the third.

      • Vampirofan says:

        He wasn't particularly effective as a heel. I seem to remember him having a series of matches against Samoa Joe when he was a heel and he lost every match.

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