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Spike TV pulls the plug on three hour block of TNA on Thursday’s

According to, Spike TV has canceled TNA Rewind after just one week. The show posted a dismal 0.2 cable rating last week.

Impact Wrestling will continue to air from 8PM to 10PM ET on Spike TV.

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13 Responses

  1. Joan B. in S. C. says:

    My husband and I finally got around to watching, or attempting to watch this, last night. Really didn’t see a need for it.

  2. art123guy says:

    Joan B. in S. C. is right, there was no need for it. Plus, it started way too early.

    At least they got rid of it quick, I doubt WWE will have that much sense.

  3. Motorhead says:

    i never saw this hour, forgot it was even on, but last week was brutal all around for tna because of the directv and viacom cutting off 24% of the audience. Seems rash, however, to cancel it after one week. Let’s hope it was based on content, the show was lousy, as opposed to ratings.

  4. Vixen says:

    Wow i didn’t see it at all since. Have directv & my friends say their was no point in & I don’t think people care what happen last week cause they saw it so ther was. No use for it

  5. Really? says:

    I really don’t understand why they bothered making that show, when they already produce an hour long Impact recap show called “Xplosion” that also features exclusive interviews and matches. It’s like the same show, but better and less pointless and they already make it. Why not air it on Spike instead of a 100%pure recap of the previous week’s show that’s about to happen?

  6. Jerry says:

    They should pull the plug on TNA altogether, the show is awful.

  7. -J- says:

    It has begun!

    Mortal Kombaaaaaaaaaaaaaat!

  8. jonathan says:

    why wouldn’t tna want to get paid more money from spike to basically re-air impact in a 1 hour format. easy money.

  9. kb says:

    when will TNA learn that they CANNOT and WILL NOT ever have the ability to be on tv for 3 hours. I mean, even the WWE is skepticle of being on tv for 3 hours but their going to try it anyways. But with WWE, enough people will watch those 3 hours that they may keep that extra hour to whare as with TNA mostly anyone who watches or attempts to watch it can only stand an hour of it.

  10. antonio feliciano says:

    Its like damm if you do damm if you dont

  11. MoneyInTheBank187 says:

    Im a huge wrestling fan and TNA has struggled for a long long time. If someone backing it didnt have a huge bank account theyd be finished already. I like TNA but I do not love it. The WWE will always be there because they are successful.

  12. Lalallol says:

    What TNA needs to be on WWE’s level:

    • 10 more years of Establishing the brand
    • A Big PPV Event like WrestleMania
    • Advertise the show better
    • Produce good storylines
    • Be on the road at different locations
    • PPV’s in decent locations
    • Get wrestlers on promotional things on tv
    • More Video Games
    • more DVD, Blu Ray or Digital Distrubution of their product.

  13. Matt says:

    The show was not needed but TNA IMPACT for two hours i better then anything the WWE could ever dream of putting out anymore..
    Take it from someone that use to be at every WWWF live event and then WWF live event..once they changed to WWE they started to go down hill and down hill drastically..

    Talent that can not wrestle on WWE from Brodus Clay (who flunked miserably his first gimmick) to a Diva division that is nothing more then eye BBQ sauce being flung on announcers to your biggest heal in the business being a commentator..

    WWE needs to go back to wrestling and skip the entertainment aspect..

    VKM senior has been rolling in his grave for a long time now and it will probably be a good thing when VKM hands the business down…

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