GFW Impact Wrestling Viewership – Slightly Up

Thursday’s episode of Impact Wrestling brought in 277,000 viewers overall, slightly up from last week’s 276,000 viewership. This was the go-home show for next week’s Destination X special and featured a six-man tag match between Trevor Lee, Low-Ki, and “Walking Armageddon” Lashley versus X-Division Champion Sonjay Dutt, Matt Sydal, and Unified World Champion Alberto El Patron as the main event.

New Content for WWE Network and Possible Future Superstar Ink Episode

Two more classic events were recently added to the WWE Network’s Old School section in The Vault. They are a July 15, 1988 WWF house show that took place in the L.A. Sports Arena and a November 24, 1983 WWF house show that took place in the Philadelphia Spectrum.

In regards to WCCW, more TV episodes from 1982 to 1984 were recently added to the Network with the entire year of 1984 now complete.

Corey Graves recently reached out to The Rock to be a possible future guest for his Superstar Ink series on WWE’s official website and Youtube channel. The Rock revealed on Instagram he recently updated his original Brahma Bull tattoo for a newer design.

Chris Jericho Reveals Why He Made One-Night Return for Smackdown

During a recent episode of Talk Is Jericho podcast show, Jericho revealed the reason for his surprise Smackdown appearance earlier this month.

Jericho stated the original reason he was backstage for the August 1st episode of Smackdown was to film some segments for Season 2 of Southpaw Regional Wrestling and interview both Tyler Breeze and Fandango for a future episode of Talk Is Jericho. While working on both projects, he managed to be persuaded to also include a surprise appearance on Smackdown since he was already in the arena.

“That’s actually why I’m here today, to film that show Southpaw and talk to you guys. And now I got roped into having a match.”