Fight Size Update: Impact Viewership At All Time Low, First Transgender Women's Champion, Jinder Mahal on AJ Styles & More!

Good morning! Here's your Sunday morning Fight Size Update for December 17:

- Impact’s ratings from Thursday were 161,000 viewers, the lowest number since debuting on Pop TV. It even managed to be lower than the Thanksgiving edition of the program, which was at 169,000 viewers. This can be attributed to Tribute to the Troops, which scored 1.4 million viewers, up from last year’s number.

Mark Carrano, Several Others Out At WWE, Relieved Of Their Positions

- If you’re keeping track of Curt Hawkins’ losing streak, right now it’s at 0-144:

- Candy Lee has become the first transgender women’s champion, defeating Britenay to win the Impact Pro Wrestling: New Zealand Women’s championship. More details here.

- Jinder Mahal has words for AJ Styles heading into Clash of Champions:

- Cody was busted open just a bit tonight:

- Nia Jax says she’s found her partner for the Mixed Match Challenge:

- ROH will return to the Hammerstein Ballroom on March 3.

- Scott Hall has resolved issues with WrestleCrate UK:


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