TNA Impact Rating, Joe Hits a Milestone, TV Title News

Posted by Matt Boone September 29, 2012 3 Comments

- Thursday’s episode of TNA Impact Wrestling scored a 0.99 cable rating, rounded up to a 1.0, with 1.265 million viewers. This is the fourth straight week that the Impact rating has rounded to a 1.0.

– As noted before, Samoa Joe became the new TNA Television Champion on Thursday’s episode of Impact Wrestling. Joe made history by becoming the third wrestler in TNA history to become a TNA Grand Slam Champion. The first two were Abyss and AJ Styles.

Speaking of Joe and the TV Title, the belt he won on Thursday’s Impact wasn’t the legit TV Title belt. The belt he was given on Impact was the old TNA World Heavyweight Title belt that they used from 2007-2010. Devon is likely in possession of the real TV Title belt and they were just using that one until he returns it.

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    • ExtremeWrestlingFan

      That sucks for Joe considering he made history alongside AJ and Abyss last Thursday.

    • Jack Silver

      I noticed that . Plus they knew Devon’s contract was about to expire, and he didn’t resign with the company. Why didn’t they have him lose the title before he was released, instead of using the old world title. That makes more sense.

      • 40 dawg

        Good point, but since when has tna higher ups ever made sense? Pritchard just thought that devon would take tna’s lowball offer and didn’t even think of if devon wouldn’t resign cuz pritchard and dixie are idiots.

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