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Impact Draws Lowest Rating Since Thanksgiving, Can Gail Kim Get On The List?, More

– Thursday’s Independence Day edition of TNA Wrestling’s Impact Wrestling scored a 0.78 cable rating, its lowest since Thanksgiving. This figure is down fifteen percent from the prior week’s program, which drew a 0.92 cable rating.

While Thursday’s show was the lowest-rated episode of the year, it was not the least-watched episode of the year. That distinction still belongs to the May 30 show, which bottomed out when the program changed timeslots. Thursday’s show averaged 1,053,000 viewers over the course of two hours, a drop-off of five percent from the week before.

On a positive note, Males 12-34 and Males 18-34 drew six-week highs.

– This week, Robbie E asks Gail Kim three questions for a chance to get on “The List.” However, all she has to do is answer one.


– According to, TNA Wrestling road agent Al Snow will appear at Fandomfest Comic and Toy Expo at the Kentucky International Convention Center 221 S 4th St. Louisville, Kentucky and The Galthouse Hotel & Convention Center 140 North Fourth St. Louisville, Kentucky. The event take place July 26-28.

(source: Pro Wrestling Torch)

  • Erik Kessler

    onic is excuses tna fans or hogan his buddy bischoff been giving last 3 yrs via twitter why tna not soaring not cheap at 2million yr. tna would save alot cash with hogan gone.

  • Erik Kessler

    tna can’t draw big tv ratings hogan promises all these big things for tna in 2010. i watch my old 2010 tna gensis ppv. hogan 3 yrs later tna is not #1 hogan is costing tna over 6million dollars in 3 yrs. hogan need go!

  • Will Henderson

    that’s pretty much Ironic, as TNA Impact Wrestling was airing on a holiday last week and the last time rating got that low was also on a holiday as well. moral of the story folks is TNA has bad ratings on holidays period.