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NXT Draws Impressive Viewership For Its Debut On The USA Network (Details)

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• ON THIS DAY IN TNA HISTORY (September 19, 2013) – TNA iMPACT Wrestling

On this day in 2013, Total Nonstop Action! aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘TNA iMPACT Wrestling’.

This episode was pre-taped at the Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis, Missouri and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘TNA BOUND FOR GLORY 2013’ PPV.

Here’s the official card from that night:

1. Jeff Hardy vs. Manik

2. TNA Knockouts Title: Mickie James vs. ODB

3. Eric Young vs. Robbie E

4. Joseph Park vs. Robbie E

5. Gunner vs. Hernandez

6. Sting, Samoa Joe & Magnus vs. Bobby Roode, Christopher Daniels & Kazarian

• NXT Draws Impressive Viewership For Its Debut On The USA Network (Details)

This week’s episode of NXT, which was its debut episode on the USA Network, drew 1.18 million viewers. NXT ranked #4 for the night in the Cable Top 150 ’18-49′ demographic.

This is a very impressive number given the fact that NXT drew around 800,000 viewers when it aired on the USA Network for a special episode a couple of years back.

In comparison, this week’s RAW drew 2.27 million viewers (up from previous week’s 2.13 million viewers) and this week’s SmackDown drew 2.064 million viewers (up from previous week’s 2.061 million viewers).

If you want to compare this to All Elite Wrestling, then AEW’s first ever show on TNT, “Countdown to All Out” special, drew 390,000 viewers.

Also Read: Vince McMahon’s Reaction To NXT’s Debut On The USA Network, Triple H Celebrates With Fans After NXT (Video)

        
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