Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter
- We noted last week that TNA beat both WWE RAW and SmackDown in the ratings for their Impact Wrestling debut on DMAX in Germany on February 28th. It was reported that Impact drew 220,000 viewers while RAW drew 200,000 and then for TNA's second week on DMAX, they drew just 120,000 viewers while RAW drew 170,000.
In a correction and update, Impact debuted on DMAX with 220,000 viewers on February 28th while RAW on Tele 5 that week had 200,000 viewers and SmackDown had 140,000. For TNA's second week on DMAX, they did draw 120,000 viewers but RAW had 290,000, not 170,000. SmackDown had 150,000 for the second week TNA was on DMAX.
- Lucha Underground officials are interested in bringing former TNA X Division Champion Sonjay Dutt in.
- CBS is launching a new mobile app game called Pingo soon and Taz will be a part of it. The game lets users win prizes by taking and uploading photos.
- In a correction from earlier, Big Japan Pro Wrestling rookie Kota Sekifuda is not necessarily headed to TNA. He is being sent to the United States to attend a wrestling school but a run in TNA is not confirmed. Kota said when he left Japan that his goal is to work for a company like TNA but he has not been signed.