Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Nov 29, 2012
TNA Turning Point Buyrate?, King Mo/TNA, iMPACT! DVR

TNA Turning Point Buyrate?, King Mo/TNA, iMPACT! DVR

Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter

— TNA Turning Point drew around 11,000 pay-per-view buys. That is a little above average.

— Spike TV is working on a King Mo television special that will likely air before his Bellator MMA debut in January. The show will include Mo talking about his love for pro wrestling growing up, including the Four Horsemen.

— TNA Impact Wrestling is watched by about 10% of homes on tape delay, which is similar to what WWE RAW does.

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8 Responses to “TNA Turning Point Buyrate?, King Mo/TNA, iMPACT! DVR”

  1. Stunner says:

    WWE is lucky that number isn’t lower for them, with the crap that they are putting out now. I’m a diehard WWE fan, yet I find watching impact more entertaining as far as the wrestling goes. WWE is so out of touch I’m my mind, as far as their Storylines it’s a shame. Also enough with all the Recaps WWE, once during the show is fine, however three to four times is over kill. If the WWE keeps this up it want be long before TNA will have took a big chunk of the WWEs fan base. An the rest is history, LETs Go WWE get the lead out!!!!! :-)

  2. Mr. Excitement says:

    Plan the parade..

  3. Ringmaster44 says:

    King mo? I totally forgot about him until just now lol, wtf happened with that plan, i know he starts bellator in january but In thought they were gona get more out of him before hand than just reffing the match at bfg. thought we ss a feud with someone and a few matches

    • Pipboy86 says:

      The only thing I can think of is that Bellator might be having some second thoughts about the whole thing. If that is true, I thought this might happen and would be another case of TNA jumping the gun and making big announcements that didn't pan out. King Mo is not a huge name in MMA, despite the hype that TNA put on him being this big crossover star. That being said, if he is going to be any kind of serious fighter and Bellator is going to present itself at any type of serious MMA company after the new launch, it is not a good idea to have one of your bigger signees be associated with professional wrestling, which most MMA fans consider fake, stupid and hokey. He certainly could do some part time work for TNA, though any rigorous MMA training schedule would prevent the type of full time participation which TNA kind of hinted at. I have just kinda smelled BS from the beginning. More like another case where TNA was used for so-called synergistic marketing and once again got the lesser end of the stick. It seems to happen to TNA a lot actually.

  4. incognitowolfe says:

    wow 11,000, that's not bad considering it's not 1 of the major ppvs. I bet it was that 3 way match and the ladder match that did the trick. 3 way match was= epic!

  5. Bigmike885 says:

    where's all the blowhards who are on here who say "how can the know buyrates..tna doesnt release them?" that come out everytime bad ratings are posted..oh wait..this is positive TNA news so they don t have to make excuses…

  6. dcxboxx says:

    11,000 is not positive no matter how iyou spin it. not for a company on national tv.

  7. DubyaDubyaEff says:

    WWE MUST bring back the attitude era. TNA is wiping the floor with them atm. What have they done?! So sad, so very sad. ATTITUDE ERA!!! ARGH!!!

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