Courtesy of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, here is a segment breakdown of both Raw and Impact from March 15 in regards to viewership.

Segment 1:
Raw opened with a promo by “Stone Cold” Steve Austin that did a 3.90, while Impact opened with a promo by Ric Flair and AJ Styles and Jeff Hardy coming out that did a 0.87.

Segment 2:
The Nasty Boys & Jimmy Hart vs. Team 3D & Brother Runt (aka Spike Dudley) gained 102,000 viewers, while Raw with John Cena vs. Big Show and Sheamus vs. Evan Bourne lost 205,000 viewers.

Segment 3:
Impact featuring Kevin Nash issuing a challenge to Scott Hall and the six man tag with Kurt Angle & The Pope vs. Mr. Anderson & Desmond Wolfe lost 165,000 viewers, while Raw with a Sheamus promo and Kelly Kelly vs. Maryse gained 239,000 viewers.

Segment 4:
Impact with a backstage promo between Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff, Angelina Love vs. Daffney and the start of a Hulk Hogan promo calling out Sting gained 178,000 viewers for a 0.96 rating (the highest rated segment of the show), while Raw featuring a Shawn Michaels vs. Undertaker video package and the beginning of Chris Jericho vs. Shawn Michaels lost 754,000 viewers.

Segment 5:
Impact with the Hulk Hogan/Sting/Rob Van Dam segment and Kevin Nash vs. Scott Hall lost 38,000 viewers, while Raw with Jericho vs. Michaels and a promo by RandY Orton gained 222,000 viewers.

Segment 6:
Impact featuring Beer Money vs. Hernandez lost 140,000 viewers, while Raw with the beginning of Triple H vs. Randy Orton gained 61,000 viewers.

Segment 7:
Impact with the segment in the ring between Mick Foley and Eric Bischoff with Bischoff getting his head shaved and the X Division segment lost 13,000 viewers, while Raw with the end of Triple H vs. Orton and the Gorgeous George video lost 168,000 viewers.

Segment 8:
Impact with an Abyss promo and the start of AJ Styles vs. Jeff Hardy lost 114,000 viewers, while Raw with Batista vs. Kofi Kingston and the beginning of Steve Austin coming out for the overrun gained 184,000 viewers.

Hardy vs. Styles on Impact gained 25,000 viewers for a 0.75. while the contract signing on Raw between Vince McMahon and Bret Hart involving Steve Austin gained 897,000 viewers.