While TNA officials were said to be slightly disappointed with the 1.0 cable rating that iMPACT! drew this past Thursday night in the company’s primetime debut, Spike TV is said to be very happy with the number TNA drew considering the competition elsewhere that night. The hope internally within both TNA and Spike TV is for iMPACT! to continue at the 1.0 range and build the show up from there. It will defintely be interesting to see what kind of a rating the show draws next week coming off the Genesis PPV and with only one hour this time around.
If you missed both airings of “TNA: Road to Genesis” on Spike TV yesterday, TNA has uploaded the full show running down the card for tonight’s Genesis PPV an TNAWrestling.com.
Scott D’Amore has a new column up taking a look at the Kurt Angle vs. Samoa Joe match at Genesis tonight at TNAWrestling.com.
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