Television ratings for WWE and TNA programming from November 3 to November 7.
WWE RAW: The 11/3 show drew a 2.82 cable rating with 4.04 million viewers. It ended up as one of the better showings for RAW going up against Monday Night Football since 9/29 (2.81 cable rating with 4.03 million viewers). Monday Night Football drew 12.36 million viewers as the biggest competition of the night. The show came in at No. 13, No. 15 and No. 17 among the top 25 shows on cable that week.
TNA Impact Wrestling: The 11/5 show drew a 0.75 cable rating with 930,000 viewers, keeping the same rating as last week although viewers were up from 911,000. In demographics the show drew a 0.34 among males 18-34 and 0.46 among males 35-49. The biggest issue for the show is that it has not regained the audience it once had on Thursday.
Lucha Underground: The 11/5 show on the El Rey Network drew 29,000 viewers, up from 20,000 the week prior. The Unimas ratings are not yet available are expected to be significantly higher.
WWE Smackdown: The 11/7 show drew a 1.86 cable rating with 2.43 million viewers, up from last week’s 1.64 cable rating and 2.21 million viewers. The show ended up at No. 3 for the night on cable. The biggest competition was the NBA (1.46 million viewers).