Jake Roberts Is Now Cancer Free + iMPACT! Rating

— Last week’s episode of TNA iMPACT! Wrestling drew a 0.83 (0.8) cable rating, down from the 1.02 rating the previous week. The show averaged 1.015 million viewers, down from the previous week’s 1.415 viewers.

— WWE Hall Of Famer Jake “The Snake” Roberts posted the following tweets on his official Twitter account, notifying his fans that he is now cancer free.

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  1. Calvin says:

    This article is filled with amazing news!!

    Congrats to Jake for winning his battles!

    Congrats to TNA for copying the Daniel Bryan angle and suffering terribly from it!!

  2. HULK HOGAN says:

    That’s what happens when you become so pathetic you blatantly copy an ongoing WWE storyline.

  3. Necro Botcher says:

    As I said last week, it bears repeating…

    Does TNA’s low ratings mean that it’s a terrible show?

    My friends, the answer is absolutely.

    TNA constantly sets the lowest, most mundane goals and they still fail to accomplish them.

    Something as simple as beating out COPS reruns when you’ve been around for 14 years. That level of failure is hard to wrap my mind around.

    What happened to their goal of being in actual arenas by 2014? Gyms and armories don’t count. I mean arenas like WWE.

    What happened to their long term goal of pulling a 2.0? They wanted to do that by 2011.

    What about something as simple as clearing an actual profit and being able to stand on your own two feet as a business?

    You know I’ve even seen Markie himself on here admit that it’s not the fact that TNA is really that good, it’s just the fact that it’s not WWE and that’s really why he likes it?

    Hand to God.

    The company really is garbage, and it will be gone soon.


    Botcher, out.

  4. Necro Botcher says:

    God bless YOU Jake. You are a tough son of a b*tch to overcome everything that you have.

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