GFW Impact Ratings

The GFW Impact ratings for July 20, 2017 are in.

Last night’s episode on Pop TV drew 322,000 viewers overall on Thursday night according to a report by Showbuzzdaily.com.

This is down from last week’s show that drew 374,000 viewers overall and the first drop in viewers for the show in the last two weeks. Impact came in at No. 126 for the night on cable in the Top 150, down from No. 99 last week.

GFW Impact Ratings

Impact, headlined by a segment with Alberto El Patron and LAX, averaged a 0.07 rating among adults 18-49. This is down from last week’s 0.10 rating.

11 COMMENTS

  1. I dont get how people say Fake LAX when 2 of the 3 big ones are there. Only because Hernandez isnt there that people say it isnt the real LAX. Not to mention Hernandez wasnt even an original. the ORIGINAL LAX was Konnan, Homicide, and Apolo.

    When Apolo left, Machete came in. When Machete left, then Hernandez came in.

  2. It’s not just LAX. Most of the show is pretty bad. The roster is kinda embarrassing too… I mean, who the hell are most of these guys? Viewers went up because a bunch of extra people tuned in to see what this whole GFW nonsense is all about. And now they are tuning out, cause its pretty bad.

  3. I guess they still don’t have that big of a payroll, despite merging with GFW. Most of these guys are willing to work for Indy paychecks, that’s why no one has heard of them.

  4. Well what do think…….GFW draws low attendance, it doesn’t air TV shows/PPVs’, hardly nobody posts any videos of GFW’s event. For TNA……….well it always airs on low-rated networks, it hasn’t made any good ticket sales (although at the Impact Zone at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida, TNA doesn’t sell any tickets.), the employees complain about their paychecks (I bet that’s including GFW).

    What GFW needs is to air on a high-rated television network, get big TV ratings, have PPV/live events at bigger arenas/stadiums or places, and then in a year or two, it can FINALLY be a great competitor for WWE and NJPW (when it comes to the US).

  5. That’s what any company that wants to make a big splash needs to do and I think they know that, you know it, I know it, pretty much everyone knows the formula BUT saying it isn’t the same as making it happen in this industry – even NJPW may not be a competitor in a different market. We can all name the few companies who have even sort of accomplished it and none have lasted so that should tell you the formula is easily known and rarely accomplished so saying it doesn’t help them figure out how to achieve it. We all love to dump on the companies but given how few people have achieved anything big in the industry I think it’s safe few of us could execute on it. That said, I enjoy saying what they should do or what they are doing wrong as well so this is not a judgemental comment – just pointing out how tough this industry is to reach any level of success for a promoter.

  6. Well it happens…..one day you’re spinach with snails, then the next day your broccoli with fish eyes.

    Although without 300,000 viewers & rankin’ 126 in cable television; it’s like one day your Arnold Schwarzenegger watching Star Wars, then the next day your Eddie Murphy watching Harry Potter.

  7. True.

    One day you’re spinach with snails, then the next day your broccoli with fish eyes.

    Although (no offense) without 300,000 viewers & rankin’ 126 in cable television; it’s like one day your Arnold Schwarzenegger watching Star Wars, then the next day your Eddie Murphy watching Harry Potter.

  8. Now that El Patron has been cleared of wrongdoing, it’s back to being just another lousy wrestling show instead of a mildly interesting trainwreck. Therefore, viewers go back down. Move along folks; nothing further to see here.

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