Here is a breakdown for the latest WWE and TNA television ratings courtesy of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter:
TNA Impact on 4/2 drew a final 1.3 cable rating (or a 1.33) with 1.97 million viewers. Although the show was slightly below the record 1.34 rating, the total viewership was actually the highest in TNA history on Spike TV. The show did a 1.3 among males 18-34 and 1.3 among males 35-49, which was also new records for the show. In some other news that has to make the company happy, the show beat out numbers for the UFC “Ultimate Fight Night” event and the debut episode of The Ultimate Fighter the night prior. Then again, they would probably trade the PPV numbers UFC is drawing any day over record TV ratings.
ECW on Sci Fi on 3/31 drew a final 1.3 cable rating with 1.8 million viewers. This was considered good news considering it was largely a recap/hype show for WrestleMania 25. The show did a 0.91 among males 18-49. The average viewer was 44, which was one of the highest numbers for a wrestling show in some time.
WWE Monday Night Raw on 3/30 drew a final 3.6 cable rating (rounded up from a 3.56) with 5.2 million viewers. The show did a 2.81 among males 18-49 making it the highest rated show that night in the demographic. The average viewer was 35 and 66% of the audience was male.
WWE Friday Night Smackdown on 3/27 drew a final 2.0 broadcast rating. No word on total viewership, but it was a drop from the previous week that drew a 2.1 rating.