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Impact Wrestling draws best ratings since December 8

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This week's episode of Impact Wrestling drew the show's best ratings in more than two months.

Impact averaged 197,000 viewers on AXS TV on Tuesday night, up from the 153,000 viewers that last week's episode averaged. The rating in the 18-49 demo was a 0.06. Last week's Impact drew a 0.04 rating in the demo.

The overall viewership and rating in the key demo were both the best numbers for Impact since December 8, which was the episode where Kenny Omega made his first appearance for Impact Wrestling.

This Tuesday's Impact ranked 117th for the night on cable in the 18-49 demo. Last week's episode ranked 129th.

This week's Impact featured the fallout from Saturday's No Surrender Impact Plus special, along with an appearance by NJPW's Juice Robinson & David Finlay. Robinson & Finlay coming to Impact was announced at the end of No Surrender. They were in action on Tuesday's episode, defeating Reno Scum. Robinson & Finlay then had a confrontation with Impact Tag Team Champions Karl Anderson & Doc Gallows.

Here's a look at Impact's ratings since the start of December:

  • December 1 -- (166,000 viewers, 0.05 rating in 18-49)
  • December 8 (Kenny Omega's first Impact appearance)-- 221,000 viewers (0.08 rating in 18-49)
  • December 15 -- 177,000 viewers (0.04¬†rating in 18-49)
  • December 22 (Best of 2020 part one) -- 133,000 viewers (0.03 rating in 18-49)
  • December 29 (Best of 2020 part two) -- 103,000 viewers (0.01 rating in 18-49)
  • January 5 -- 148,000 viewers (0.04 rating in 18-49)
  • January 12 -- 161,000 viewers (0.05 rating in 18-49)
  • January 19 -- 147,000 viewers (0.03 rating in 18-49)
  • January 26 -- 186,000 viewers (0.05 rating in 18-49)
  • February 2¬†-- 173,000 viewers (0.05 rating in 18-49)
  • February 9 -- 153,000 viewers (0.04 rating in 18-49)
  • February 16 -- 197,000 viewers (0.06 rating in 18-49)