Television ratings for WWE and TNA from February 10 to February 14, 2014.

WWE RAW: The 2/10 show drew a 3.14 cable rating with 4.32 million viewers. It was the same rating the show drew the prior week, but viewers were up by 2.9% overall. The show went up against the Olympics (22.40 million viewers). It also continued the pattern of viewers tuning out as the show progressed (4.50 million viewers for hour one, 4.34 million viewers for hour two and 4.15 million viewers for hour three).

TNA Impact Wrestling: The 2/13 show drew a 1.18 cable rating with 1.42 million viewers. The show went up against the Olympics (22.89 million viewers) and NBA (1.50 million viewers). In demographics the show drew a 0.83 among males 18-34 and 0.79 among males 35-49.

WWE Smackdown: The 2/14 show drew 1.98 cable rating with 2.83 million viewers. It ended up at No. 2 for the night on cable that Friday night.

Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, TVbythenumbers.com