Lots Of Backstage News: Moore’s Future, Morgan, iMPACT!, More

Ryan Clark


The TNA Impact replay on 4/19 did a 0.5 rating.

TNA will be holding their 5/11 Sacrifice PPV at Universal Studios in the Impact Zone. The location for the Victory Road PPV on 7/13 has not been determined yet. The 8/10 Hard Justice PPV is expected to be on the road.

For the 4/10 iMPACT! show, the TNA Knockouts garnered the highest quarter hour rating on the show yet again. The match featuring Angelina Love (with Velvet Sky in her corner) vs. Roxxi Laveaux gained 143,000 viewers and was the most viewed portion of the show with a 1.10 rating. The show drew an overall rating of 1.00. In the past four months or so, out of all the talent in TNA, the tandem of Angelina Love & Velvet Sky have been involved in the most Impact quarter hour rating winners. In other ratings news coming out of the 4/10 show, the main event featuring the return of the Wolfpac — Kevin Nash & Sting — actually lost viewers. Nash & Sting vs. Team 3D lost 97,000 viewers and finished with a 0.97 rating. The TNA in-ring debut of Consequences Creed lost 104,000 viewers, Steiner & Petey vs. Shelley & Sabin stayed even, the Kurt Angle promo gained 78,000 viewers, a promo featuring BG James & Kip James and the match between Eric Young & Black Reign lost 104,000 viewers.

Matt Morgan, who’s being pushed as a 7 foot monster on TNA programming, is actually about 6 foot 8 inches.

Jacqueline Moore, who’s gone through five or six name variations thus far in TNA, is now going by her old WWE ring name again, Jacqueline. The roster section on TNA’s website has her listed simply as Jacqueline.

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