GFW Impact Ratings

The GFW Impact ratings for August 10, 2017 are in.

Last night’s episode on Pop TV drew 277,000 viewers overall on Thursday night according to a report by

This is up from last week’s show that drew 276,000 viewers overall.

Impact came in at No. 111 in the cable top 150, up from No. 132 last week.

GFW Impact Ratings

Impact, headlined by Alberto El Patron, Matt Sydal and Sonjay Dutt vs. Low-Ki, Lashley and Trevor Lee in a six man tag team match, averaged a 0.07 rating among adults 18-49. This is up from last week’s 0.06 rating.


  1. Well hooray then. They beat out the Teletubbies on NickJr. this week. Small victories adding up I guess.

  2. I get that this is a wrestling website, but when ratings are this abysmal, why do we have weekly updates on them? I mean really, the show came in 111th??? I couldn’t even name the top 50 cable shows, never mind the other 60 there are before we would get to discussing Impact.

  3. Yes, I agree. Impact just ain’t what it used to be. The show draws but a fraction of the audience it once did and the star players are long gone. It really is just a cheap looking indy promotion now with more and more indy guys making up the majority of the roster. There’s really nothing interesting to discuss about this show anymore. Most websites only mention them when more people leave the company, or when Jarrett and Nordholm say or do more stupid shit. The actual shows are just horrid now, which is why fewer people watch or talk about it.

  4. I’m sure it’s in the WV archives, but it would be interesting to see if they even entered the top 50 during their heyday of 2009-2011.

  5. Wrestleview has always shown the weekly ratings for Raw, SmackDown, & Impact whether they’ve been good or bad. As for Impact’s heyday, as far as I remember, they usually scored somewhere in the top 100 on SpikeTV pre-Hogan/Bischoff but started going downhill from about 2012 on.

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