This Week’s IMPACT Wrestling Viewership Posts Highest Total Since Kenny Omega’s Debut In December
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IMPACT Wrestling posted their highest viewership totals since Kenny Omega “blessed” them with his presence in December.
According to ShowBuzzDaily, the February 16 episode of IMPACT Wrestling drew 197,000 viewers, which is up from 153,000 the show brought in last week. This week’s show is also the highest total the show brought in since Kenny Omega first appeared on the show on December 8, 2020; that episode brought in 221,000 viewers.
IMPACT drew a P18-49 rating of 0.06 this week and ranked #117 on the night in total cable rankings, a boost from last week’s 0.04 rating and #129 ranking on the Cable Top 150 list.
This week’s episode of IMPACT Wrestling was anchored by the in-ring debut of New Japan Pro-Wrestling’s FinJuice (David Finlay and Juice Robinson), Moose versus Tommy Dreamer in an ‘Old School Rules’ match, TJP versus Josh Alexander and an X Division four-way match featuring Trey Miguel, Willie Mack, Suicide and Daivari.
IMPACT YEAR-TO-DATE RANKINGS
- 2021 High — Feb 16 — 197,000
- 2021 Low — Jan. 19 — 147,000
- This Week — Feb 16 — 197,000
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Next week’s show already looks promising; check out the announced card for February 23 so far:
Deaner vs. Jake Something
#1 Contender’s Match (Knockouts Championship Match)
Kimber Lee & Susan vs. Jazz & Jordynne Grace –
Ace Austin & Black Taurus & Chris Bey vs. Willie Mack & Trey Miguel & Josh Alexander
– Winning team faces each other in a triple threat for X Division Title Shot