Final Rating For TNA’s “Final Resolution” Edition Of Impact Wrestling

Thursday’s special “Final Resolution” edition of Impact Wrestling on Spike TV drew a final cable rating of 1.06, down from the 1.08 final draw that the show drew the previous week.

As noted recently, TNA officials were hoping for a big number for the show this week since they weren’t competing with NFL’s regular Thursday Night Football.

The “Final Resolution” edition of Impact Wrestling on Thursday averaged 1.240 million viewers, which was also down from the 1.3 million viewers that the show averaged last week.

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  • Matt Boone

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    • Johrdann Miller



      HA! the ratings actually went DOWN! XD
      oh man theyre done for AND they had no competition!

    • bambam

      Get the shovel from HHH. Time to burry TNA!!!

    • SomeInternetGuy

      We shouldn’t be surprised by any of this. TNA is doomed to fail with the awful leadership, or should I say no leadership, and it’s all Dixie’s fault.

      • Dmoney202

        Agree. AJ Styles Promo about her was right

      • Evelyn L. Ford

        Why does everyone have to bash Dixie for? She’s trying, okay! Just give TNA time! You all may think that they’ve had enough time, but they need more to make an IMPACT!

    • LaParkaXV

      Time to bring back Ace’s and 8’s LOL….

    • captaindaddy72

      Damn that’s total divas ratings right there, it’s 2 bad 2, I was real happy for Magnus, TNA as a show aint awful either, it’s not really good but it’s watchable lol

    • yrabadi

      Not surprising. Shame to, was a decent show. TNA is finally doing what they should have been doing all along, which is trying to offer something the WWE product doesn’t – namely young cats wrestling in the ring. Some great work this past week, shame it went unnoticed. Unfortunately, the Hogan/Bischoff era might have killed whatever loyal fan base the promotion once had.

      • rob

        yes I agree, I loved TNA, then they added Hogan, and the money that could have been going to great young wrestles was lost, then they added bischoff, and the flawed wcw,wwe wrighting came back, which they can not compete with. if they where to survive they needed a young fresh, group, which focused on in ring wrestling and not a very poor soap opera, cheers

    • Reality

      I thought they were expecting “big numbers” for that show. What were they basing their expection on?

    • Jack
      • Evelyn L. Ford

        Excuse me, but WTF is this????????????? I’m offended!