Last night's WWE Raw Supershow did a 2.9 cable rating off hours of 2.94 and 2.91 with an average viewing audience of 4,285,000 viewers on the USA Network.
Weak. They are so inconsistent when it comes to entertaining shows week after week.
Personally, i was going back and forth between E3 coverage, and RAW. I only really watch RAW for certain matches that i caught. One being Punk.
Just what I thought. It is not Cena. WWE product is just dull right now and they need to realize it for crying out loud. Only a .2 increase with him there is not the best sign. They will pick it up though. They always do.
Hope VKM felt it was worth the sudden return to full heel for Cole just to get that extra 0.2 rating.
and they expect high things when wwe raw goes three hours
Ouch. Slightly lower towards the end, wonder why?
Look at this, No Cena = lower Ratings (less than 3.0) VKM laughs and said see Cena brings all the high ratings, Cena opens and closes = slighly higher low ratings. (still less than 3.0) he obiviously brings ratings in no doubt, but he cant do it all, VKM your show is filled with mediocre crap, we dont need it, heck you dont even give time for your Champion (No. 2 on your go to guy list) time to shine, only less than 15 minutes……smh cole got more wrestle time in the ring than that.
Well so much for Cena rescuing the ratings.
On Aftermath, a radio and TV show here in Canada, one of the hosts noted that there were several major things that happened in the month of June some of them being, Cena's drafted to RAW, Vince McMahon's Million Dollar Mania, Vince McMahon limo explosion, the Nexus invasion, and more. I wonder if something big will be announced on Monday. Maybe a new GM for RAW (Flair), Teddy back to SD?
I can only imagine the Ratings once Monday Night Football returns
In my opinion, RAW is falling back into some of their annoying habits that wore out the NEXUS angle. Beginning a show with a twenty-minute recap of the last show isn't exactly a way to start strong. An overly exaggerated beat-down, followed by a replay of said overly-exaggerated beatdown gets boring.