IMPACT Wrestling Viewership Slightly Decreases Again; Dark Side Of The Ring Viewership Up
IMPACT Wrestling viewership slightly dropped this week.
According to Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics, 111,000 viewers watched the show on October 7; this number is down from the 115,000 viewers who watched the show last week, which was down from the viewership on September 23 (117,000).
The rating in the key demographic also slightly dropped, compared to last week’s 0.03 number; this week’s show drew a 0.02 rating.
IMPACT Wrestling featured a six-man tag team bout with The Bullet Club; in the main event, Josh Alexander and Christian Cage joined forces to face Ace Austin and Madman Fulton.
Year-To-Date IMPACT Wrestling viewership totals:
- Year High: 197,000 viewers (February 16)
- Year Low: 69,000 viewers (July 1)
- This Week: 111,000 viewers (October 7)
MLW Fightland on VICE last night @ 10pm: 40,000 viewers
P18-49: 16,000 (0.01 rating)
Dark Side of the Ring on VICE @ 9pm:
P18-49: 63,000 (0.05)
Impact on AXS @ 8-10pm:
P18-49: 31,000 (0.02)
Will have full breakdown at https://t.co/1SscdBCpr8 within a few hrs.
— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) October 8, 2021
Meanwhile, another popular broadcast in the wrestling world, VICE’s Dark Side Of The Ring, drew 137,000 viewers, which is healthy increase from last week’s 126,000. The show, which explored “The Johnny K9 Story”, scored a 0.05 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic, which is slighly up from last week’s 0.04 rating.