IMPACT Wrestling Viewership Increases On 8/19 Ahead Of Emergence Event
IMPACT Wrestling viewership rose on August 19 ahead of the Emergence event on Friday night.
Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics reports that 126,000 viewers watched the show this week, a small increase from the 122,000 viewers who watched last week. This week’s figure is the highest IMPACT viewership has been since the June 3 episode. (The July 7 episode came close with 120,000 viewers.)
In the 18 to 49 demographic, the show drew a 0.04 rating on August 19.
Impact Wrestling last night on AXS was watched by 126,000 viewers on average, the most since June 3.
52,000 viewers were aged 18-49 (0.04 rating).
— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) August 20, 2021
This week’s show featured Christian Cage’s return to IMPACT, and the team of Chris Sabin and Sami Callihan defeated Ace Austin and Moose in a star-studded handicap match.
WrestleZone will have full coverage of IMPACT Wrestling Emergence on Friday night.