-- As reported earlier, Monday's episode of TNA iMPACT! drew a less than stellar 0.50 cable rating, with 739,000 viewers. It broke the all-time record low rating for the show on Spike for a first-run episode, set on April 1, 2006, when the show scored a 0.57 rating on Saturday night at 11:00 p.m. going head-to-head with the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony when Bret Hart was inducted.
-- While this match has yet to be officially announced, TNAWrestlingNews.com is reporting that Rob Terry is expected to defend his TNA Global Championship against Orlando Jordan at next month's Sacrifice pay-per-view. It was announced Monday that Jordan will debut his new "O-Zone" interview segment next week on iMPACT!, with his first guest being Terry. Should be interesting to say the least.
-- TNA garnered approximately 300 customers for its Fan InterAction Main Event package featuring Hulk Hogan, Sting, Ric Flair, Dory Funk Jr., Baron Von Raschke and Bobby Heenan. The price was set at $299. That means they made about $90,000 just off ticket sales to the event. The TNA Fan InterAction regular event had many more fans in attendance who paid a much smaller price so they also made real good money off that as well.
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