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Rating For Impact Wrestling Increases, Knockouts Speak On Impact Post-Show

— The September 15 episode of Impact Wrestling featuring Sting vs. Ric Flair garnered a 1.20 cable rating, up from 1.02 the week before. The program averaged 1,640,000 viewers compared to 1,358,000 the week before.

Recent ratings: September 1 (1.06), August 25 (1.21) August 18 (1.05), August 11 (1.07), August 4 (1.14).

— This week’s Impact Wrestling Post Show features interviews with two top Knockout tag teams. Rosita and Sarita talk about their match on last night’s episode of Impact Wrestling and their opponents Tara and Brooke Tessmacher. Tara and Tessmacher then give their thoughts on Mexican America as well as the new Knockouts VP, Karen Jarrett.



  • jacksonjons

    TNA will never amount to anything, will close up shop soon and you cunts can lick my sweaty nuts

  • TomC

    Isaiah … You just go on watching your Nickelodeon-esque WWE programming – seems to fit your intellectual level. TNA IMPACT WRESTLING is SLOWLY, but surely, starting to get it.

    Still a FAR WAY TO GO, but they’re starting to turn in the right direction. The ratings are a testimony to this.

    Incidentally, before some of you go thinking I am some TNA shill … I actually have been ENJOYING the angle they have been giving CM Punk lately – especially the way he’s been breaking the “veil of the show” and using his own and other “character’s” REAL names. Last Monday’s RAW segment at the end was CLASSIC.

  • Effmenow

    We could all say the same thing about RAW, Smackdown, NXT and Superstars…

  • Isaiah

    Dammit who the hell watched TNA? Just when you think shit is about to go down it goes back up.Now these idiots probably think there doing something right. The show was horrible anyway. Maybe everybody wanted to see Flop Fish Flair Vs The Joke’s on You Wannabe Sting.