TNA Impact Wrestling Rating Rises Coming Out Of Sacrifice

TNA Impact Wrestling Rating Rises Coming Out Of Sacrifice

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TNA Impact Wrestling was the first show coming out of the Sacrifice PPV on Sunday. The rating for the show came in this week at a 0.93 with an average of 1.13 million viewers. That is up from last week’s 0.85 rating with an average of 1.09 million viewers.

The highlights of last night show featured Eric Young defending the TNA heavyweight championship against Bobby Roode, the continuation of the Bully Ray/Dixie Carter feud and a match between James Storm and Willow.

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