TNA Impact Wrestling Scores Lowest Ratings of the Year for Last Thursday’s Show 3.1.12
by CB on March 6, 2012

TNA Impact Wrestling scored its lowest rating of the year last Thursday, notching a 0.99 rating that was down from a 1.19 the prior week. Even more alarming is that the second hour scored a 0.97 rating, which is the lowest rating for Impact since Thanksgiving 2010.

CB’s Slant: With the NBA season in high gear and other tough competition on Thursday nights, Impact has a long road ahead.

That being said, check out our TNA Impact coverage each and every week, even if you can’t find the time to watch it on TV.

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Source: PW Torch

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  • Blair A. Douglas

    So how does everyone keep saying that Impact is so awesome now? It may not be as BAD as it used to be, but it’s Jack Swagger levels of boring.

  • James A

    Man… Santino Marella beat a former World Heavyweight Champion. That’s depressing, isn’t it?

  • Limodriver

    Yes, it’s depressing that Jack Swagger is a former WHC.

  • Blair A. Douglas

    It is? Why?

  • James A

    Well even if it isn’t depressing for you, I’m sure Jack Swagger must be a little disheartened.

  • Blair A. Douglas

    Yeah, that US Title was doing amazing things for him? I don’t get it.

  • CB40

    LOL Limodriver, excellent.

  • James A

    I’ll say it again, then. Santino Marella – a joke wrestler – can now claim to have beaten a former World Champ. Santino Marella. That guy with the joke lower-mid-card gimmick. Yeah, him.
    My problem is with how little it seemed to matter, I guess. Yes, Swagger’s going nowhere fast, and yes he’s boring, and yes no one will notice or care when he walks out without the US title. But… call me old-fashioned, but I think that beating a former World Champ, even one who didn’t amount to much, should carry some weight. It should be worth something, and not done willy-nilly. So why throw it away on a joke wrestler with a joke gimmick in a joke finish when you clearly have no intention of ever giving the aforementioned joke wrestler a serious push. Ken Kennedy beat HBK clean on Raw once, but at least WWE were going somewhere with it.

    WWE jobs out former champs all the time, I know. That’s how they operate. But still… the wrestling mark in me hates to see something potentially meaningful like that simply thrown away.

  • Blair A. Douglas

    I don’t disagree with you. But Swagger is as much a joke wrestler now as Santino is. Anyway, I had a nice response going, and before I knew it I had written an article for this week. See you Friday!

  • James A


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