Television ratings for WWE and TNA programming from September 28 to October 3.
Total Divas: The 9/28 show drew 999,000 viewers, a 16% drop from the previous week.
WWE RAW: The 9/29 show drew a 2.81 cable rating with 4.03 million viewers, up from the 2.69 cable rating with of 3.88 million viewers the previous week. The three hours drew 4.02 million viewers, 4.22 million viewers and closed with 3.88 million viewers. While Monday Night Football easily won the night (14.43 million viewers), RAW was the highest-rated non-football program of the night drawing a 1.5 among adults 18-49. It also ranked among the top 25 shows on cable that week coming in at No. 5, No. 9 and No. 11.
TNA Impact Wrestling: The 10/1 show drew a 0.88 cable rating with 1.10 million viewers, up from 0.85 cable rating with 969,000 viewers the previous week. In demographics the show drew a 0.60 among males 18-34 and males 35-49.
WWE Smackdown: The 10/3 show drew a 2.02 cable rating with 2.75 million viewers. It ended up at No. 4 for the night on cable facing competition from the MLB playoffs.