Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Feb 11, 2013
TNA iMPACT! Quarter Hour Ratings From 2.07.13

TNA iMPACT! Quarter Hour Ratings From 2.07.13

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Here are the quarter hour ratings for the February 7th edition of TNA Impact Wrestling. The shows did hours of 0.94 and 1.13…

First Hour Break Down
Q1: Impact opened with a 0.94 rating for Aces & Eights’s show-opening promo, specifically Garett Bischoff and Wes Brisco explaining their affiliation with the group. This was followed by one commercial. It was the third straight week where Q1 fell below a 1.0 rating.

Q2: Impact increased slightly to a 0.96 rating for RVD vs. Zema Ion vs. Kenny King in a six-minute X Division Title match, one commercial, and a video package on British Bootcamp.

Q3: Impact increased slightly to a 0.98 rating for various videos and non-wrestling segments before James Storm beat Jessie in a three-minute match. There was also one commercial.

Q4: Impact dipped to a show-low 0.88 rating for two full commercial breaks and the first few minutes of the TNA Tag Title match.

Second Hour Break Down
Q5: Impact jumped to a 1.13 rating for a new wave of viewers tuning in to see the end of Roode & Aries capturing the Tag Titles from Chavo & Hernandez, a backstage skit with the Hogans, and one full commercial.

Q6: Impact dipped to a 1.07 rating for this week’s Knockouts match of Tara vs. Miss Tessmacher, a video package on A.J. Styles’s poor 2012, and one commercial.

Q7: Impact stayed about the same with a 1.08 rating for JB introducing Bootcamp winner Rockstar Spud, one commercial, and introductions for the main event.

Q8: Impact closed with a show-high 1.22 rating for Sting & Bully defeating Aces & Eights in a tables match, plus one mid-match commercial.

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6 Responses to “TNA iMPACT! Quarter Hour Ratings From 2.07.13”

  1. Treck says:

    They need to go back to 9pm

  2. andy3323 says:

    Can't help but to think that a 9pm start would ultimately be best for TNA, just looking at the numbers. I personally don't mind 8pm, but the numbers sort of speak for themselves. Hard to do with Bellator now on right afterwards, though. Perhaps 8:30pm? Ah, who cares, I just can't wait to see them on the road!

  3. DJBIGCG says:

    Rating dropped when it showed them videos. Quit showing videos for that long tna

  4. (CHI) nwo 4-life brother says:

    Tna and wrestling in general need to stop cutting so many promos, stop wit the videos, and give us more wrestling, i live in chicago so tna impact starts at 7p.m. here, im noticing every rating has the same results, tna does better 2nd hour, so start tna at 8 than, come on tna were going on the road permanently now, were building momentum lets get these ratings up. This weeks ratings suck compared to the last 2 weeks…

    • jbcissom says:

      I agree with your sentiment in that TNA should try to go back to their old programming schedule starting at 9/8 cst, but from what I've read, Spiketv is going to give Bellator everything chance and shot at outdrawing TNA. Think about it… I know it wasn't UFC PPVs, but TNA outdrew the UFC constantly on Spike. MMA'ers hold a grudge over wrestlers. Wrestling is fake after all, but the guys are every much as athletes as the fighters. It's just stupid in the end.

  5. destroyer_v39 says:

    I think WWE curse Spike TV when TNA took over. They need to switch to either FX, AMC or maybe yet A&E no not Aces and Eights and GO LIVE!

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