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Impact Wrestling ratings down for final No Surrender build

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Tuesday's No Surrender go-home edition of Impact Wrestling was down from last week in overall viewership and in the 18-49 demo.

Tuesday's episode of Impact averaged 153,000 viewers on AXS TV, down from the 173,000 viewers that last week's Impact averaged. The rating in the 18-49 demo was a 0.04. Impact had drawn a 0.05 rating in 18-49 the two previous weeks.

Impact ranked 129th for the night on cable in the 18-49 demo. Last week's episode ranked 125th.

This week's Impact was headlined by a contract signing for Rich Swann and Tommy Dreamer's Impact World Championship match at No Surrender. It also featured The Good Brothers (Karl Anderson & Doc Gallows) defending their Impact Tag Team titles against Chris Sabin & James Storm, which ended in a disqualification when AEW's Private Party (Marq Quen & Isiah Kassidy) ran in and cost Sabin & Storm the match. Sabin & Storm have been added to the Tag Team title match at No Surrender. The Good Brothers will now defend their titles against Private Party and Sabin & Storm in a three-way match.

No Surrender is airing on Impact Plus this Saturday (February 13).

Here's a look at Impact's ratings since 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)