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– TNA President Dixie Carter has posted the following on Twitter:
“Last Thurs, @JEFFHARDYBRAND was kept overnight in Corpus to be evaluated for injuries from Full Metal Mayhem. His return to ring – TBD”
– Thursday’s episode of iMPACT! Wrestling garnered a 0.98 (1.0) cable rating, and 1.27 million viewers, up slightly from an 0.93 and 1.17 million last week. The episode was still the second-lowest viewed episode of the year.
The show ranked #44 among cable shows in overall viewers for the night, #17 in the male 18-34 demographic and #11 among males 18-49, all of which were up from last week. The rating was nearly identical in all aspects with the rating a year ago this week.
UPDATE: As noted above, Thursday’s episode of iMPACT! did a 0.98 (1.0) cable rating. The show did hours of 0.91, an improvement over last week, and a second hour of 1.03. The quarter-hour ratings break down as follows:
Q1: 0.81 rating – First half of Kurt Angle vs. Wes Brisco & Garett Bischoff in a handicap match
Q2: 0.90 rating – Second half of the Angle vs. Brisco & Bischoff, First half of X-Division three-way title match
Q3: 0.96 rating – Second half of the X-Division title match, Aces & Eights beating down Magnus
Q4: 0.96 rating – Video segments, backstage segments
Q5: 1.07 rating – Mickie James vs. Miss Tessmacher
Q6: 1.02 rating – Tag team in-ring segment, follow-up on Jeff Hardy’s injury angle last week
Q7: 1.01 rating – Devon vs. Samoa Joe for the TV Title, first three minutes of James Storm vs. A.J. Styles
Q8: 1.00 rating – Conclusion of Storm vs. Styles, Aces & Eights’s post-match beat down on Storm, Daniels, and Kazarian