Television ratings figures courtesy of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

WWE Smackdown: The 10/15 show drew a 1.87 cable rating with 2.88 million viewers. This is already above viewership wise what the show had been averaging in September on MyNetworkTV.

TNA Impact: The 10/14 show drew a 1.40 cable rating with 1.90 million viewers. This was the highest rating for the show since January. The show did a 1.00 in males 18-34 and a strong 1.48 in males 35-49. There was also good news and bad news. The good news is that when you factor in DVR viewership, the show increased 11% in viewership putting it at 2.1 million viewers. The bad news is, as reported earlier, that quarter hours continued to drop until the end of the show with the show losing 25% of its audience by the main event.

TNA Reaction: The 10/14 show following Impact drew a 0.74 cable rating with 942,000 viewers. The show did a 0.46 in males 18-34 and 0.84 in males 35-49.

WWE Superstars: The 10/14 show drew a 0.68 cable rating with 742,000 viewers. The replay drew a 0.20 rating with 166,000 viewers.

WWE Monday Night Raw: The 10/11 show drew a 2.9 cable rating with 4.29 million viewers. Quarter hours were: 3.2, 2.6, 2.8, 2.6, 3.0, 2.9, 2.7 and 3.3.