Impact Rating Drops, Update On Sarita’s Contract, “Gut Check”



– The Jan. 20 episode of TNA iMPACT! scored a 1.15 cable rating, down from the previous week’s 1.25.

The Jan. 6 episode also scored a 1.15 rating.

Thursday’s show drew 1,648,000 viewers overall.

– TNA Wrestling is holding a “Gut Check” on Feb. 26 in Richmond, Virginia with Jeff Jarrett and producer D’Lo Brown. It’s a combination training seminar and tryout. Registration costs $250 and will be held before the evening’s live event at Landmark Theater. Those interested can apply at www.tnagutcheck.com. The deadline is Feb. 16.

– It was reported earlier that Sarita signed a contract extension with TNA Wrestling. Regarding the length of the deal, she is locked with the organization for two more years.

Many shots of Sarita’s @$$ from TNA Impact ->

source: PWInsider.com



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