Impact Wrestling Ratings

The Impact Wrestling ratings for June 22, 2017 are in.

Last night’s episode on Pop TV from Mumbai, India drew 342,000 viewers overall on Thursday night according to a report by Showbuzzdaily.com.

This is up from last week’s 327,000 viewers. Impact Wrestling came in at No. 103 overall on cable for the night in the Top 150, up from No. 113 last week.

Impact Wrestling Ratings

Impact, headlined by Alberto El Patron and James Storm vs. Lashley and EC3, averaged a 0.10 rating among adults 18-49. This is up from last week’s 0.08 rating.

4 COMMENTS

  1. itll take some time and hope the live events in new york and connecticut
    are tapings. but when they get on Spike at the end of the year, they
    should go back up…….. and yeah i said that. think about it. They
    just got on Spike UK and their Pop TV contract ends at the end of the
    year. trust me, Spike is looking at bringing them back

  2. Not a chance, but wish it were so – just at an event where Spike laid out their strategy for the next two years and no way that Impact could fit it into but again, wish it were possible 🙂

  3. Trust me they are talking to Spike. Spike had a problem with Dixie and Russo, but have a great relationship with Jarrett. He will get them there

  4. I don’t have to trust you – you’re speaking your opinion, and I just heard Spike’s business strategy at an event directly from Spike so I’d rather trust them and their goals, and even if they wanted Impact back on their network, it’s not a strategy fit for their plans and so as much as I’d like it to be the place, it can’t happen unless Spike management changes as well. They were asked a direct Q&A question about missing wrestling and they said, “you heard our strategy, it’s not a fit in the coming years, and the production but maybe maybe in the 10 years our goals will be different.” – it was also noted that even on the low side the production costs and time involved doesn’t fit either. Not in a let’s present we’re not discussing but in a you just heard our entire focus and it’s just not a fit right now for our core business model.

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