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UPDATEDx2: Impact Wrestling Rating

March 2, 2012 | Posted by Jeremy Thomas

UPDATE 2: Below are the quarter-hour ratings for the show:

Q1: 1.08 rating – Kurt Angle & Jeff Hardy segment, Bobby Roode and Austin Aries backstage
Q2: 1.03 rating – A.J. Styles vs. Kazarian and Christopher Daniels
Q3: 1.01 rating – Gail Kim and Madison Rayne backstage, ODB vs. Madison Rayne, Bully Ray, Aries and Roode backstage
Q4: 0.97 rating – Knockouts video recap, Ric Flair talks with Garett Bischoff, promo by Roode, Aries, and Ray
Q5: 1.04 rating – Sting confronts Roode, Ray, and Aries, Jesse Sorensen video package, Zema Ion promo
Q6: 0.99 rating – Zema Ion vs. Shannon Moore, Velvet Sky and Mickie James vs. Velvet Sky and Angelina Love
Q7: 0.93 rating – James Storm, Samoa Joe, and Magnus backstage segment, First half of Storm, Joe, and Magnus vs. Roode, Aries, and Ray
Q8: 0.90 rating – Second half of Storm, Joe, and Magnus vs. Roode, Aries, and Ray

Credit: ProWrestling.net

UPDATE: As previously reported, Impact did a 0.99 rating with 1.33 million viewers, down from last week’s 1.19 and 1.58 million. The show has the lowest average viewership since Thanksgiving 2010 and the loewst non-holiday viewers since September 2010.

The show was hit hardest in the 18 – 34 male demo, where it dropped 30% to a 0.64 demo rating. Among males 18 – 49 it fell 19% to a 0.81 demo rating. The first hour did a 1.02 and the second did a 0.97, the second hour also being a low since Thanksgiving 2010 as reported.

Credit: PW Torch

ORIGINAL: Last night’s episode of Impact Wrestling scored a 1.0 rating with 1.33 million viewers. The rating is the lowest of the year and down from last week’s 1.19. The second hour hit a 0.97, the lowest since Thanksgiving of 2010.

Credit: ProWrestling.net

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