Television ratings for WWE and TNA (June 24 to June 28)

Television ratings for WWE and TNA from June 24 to June 28, 2013.

WWE RAW: The 6/24 show drew a 2.89 cable rating with 3.98 million viewers. It ended up as the fourth lowest number of viewers for RAW this year. The show went head-to-head with the Chicago Blackhawks/Boston Bruins Stanley Cup finals that drew 8.16 million viewers – the highest number for the NHL since 1995. In demographics the show drew a 1.9 among male teens, 2.1 among males 18-49, 1.1 among female teens and 1.1 among women 18-49. 66.6% of the audience was male.

TNA Impact Wrestling: The 6/27 show drew a 0.92 cable rating with 1.11 million viewers. It was a bump for the show from the prior week, but still well below where it was at earlier in the year. In demographics the show drew a 0.5 among males 18-34 and 0.9 among males 35-49.

WWE Smackdown: The 6/28 show drew a 1.77 cable rating with 2.26 million viewers, a bump from the prior week in what was a new low for the show on Syfy. It finished at No. 18 for the night on cable. Smackdown numbers have been very low the last few months.

Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter