By Ryan Gray | October 18, 2007
In a recent press conference TNA president Dixie Carter said the company's ultimate goal is to air Impact two hours head-to-head with WWE RAW.
Speaking of Impact, their new deal lasts with SpikeTV until September of 2011. Of course it is possible for the network to cancel the show if the rating drops below the 0.8 mark, but as of right now it is said to be a very long-term positive commitment.
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