IMPACT Wrestling 2/16/21 Hits Nearly 200,000 Viewers, Highest Since Kenny Omega's Debut

Coming off No Surrender, IMPACT Wrestling scored a strong viewership number on Tuesday, February 16.

ShowBuzzDaily reports Tuesday's episode of IMPACT drew 197,000 viewers with a 0.06 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic. This number is up from last week's viewership and rating, which clocked in at 153,000 viewers and a 0.04 rating in the demographic.

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The show ranked 117th on the night among the top 150 shows on cable.

Tuesday's viewership is the highest of 2021 and the highest since the December 8, 2020 episode, which featured the first appearance of Kenny Omega on IMPACT following his AEW World Title victory.

The February 16 episode of IMPACT was highlighted by the debut of David Finlay & Juice Robinson, signifying a rebuilding of the partnership between IMPACT Wrestling and NJPW. FinJuice were victorious over Reno Scum and then confronted by IMPACT Tag Team Champions The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson).

The show was headlined by Moose battling Tommy Dreamer in an Old School Rules match.

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