IMPACT Wrestling Draws Highest Viewership Since Early June
A huge boost in viewership
The November 18 episode of IMPACT Wrestling received a huge boost in viewership, resulting in the largest audience numbers for the promotion since June.
According to Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics, IMPACT Wrestling drew an audience of 129,000 viewers for the Thursday 18 November episode, a significant increase from the 79,000 that tuned in for the show a week prior.
The number makes this past week's IMPACT Wrestling the highest viewed for the promotion since the June 3 episode.
In terms of the crucial 18-49 demographic, IMPACT Wrestling drew a 0.02 rating, which equates to roughly 30,000 viewers in the crucial category. This is roughly the same as the 18-49 score registered for the show a week ago as well.
This past week's IMPACT Wrestling was the go-home show before IMPACT Turning Point on Saturday this past weekend. The show was main evented by a blockbuster match as Josh Alexander took on Minoru Suzuki, in which the former IMPACT World Champion won the brutal bout after hitting the C4 Spike.