Impact Announces 2021 No Surrender, Bad Viewership Numbers

Impact Announces 2021 No Surrender

Impact Wrestling has announced their 2021 No Surrender event. The show will air exclusively on the Impact Plus platform, live on Saturday, February 13 from Skyway Studios in Nashville.

The first No Surrender event aired back in 2005 as a pay-per-view. Impact aired No Surrender as TV specials in 2014 and 2015, but the event did not run again until 2019, when it was brought back for Impact Plus. There was not a No Surrender event in 2020.

No matches have been announced for the upcoming No Surrender show, but stay tuned as we will keep you updated.

Speaking of Impact Wrestling, it seems like the “Kenny Omega / AEW effect” is over. The post-Hard To Kill edition, featuring Chris Sabin and James Storm vs. AEW stars Private Party in the main event, drew 147,000 viewers on AXS TV, according to Showbuzz Daily. The show drew a 0.03 rating in the key 18-49 demographic.

Besides the two “Best Of 2020” specials that aired on December 22 (133,000 viewers) and December 29 (103,000 viewers), this is the lowest Impact viewership for a first-run episode since the November 17 show, which drew 146,000 viewers.

Impact Announces 2021 No Surrender

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