WWE and TNA television ratings from October 7 to October 11, 2013.

WWE RAW: The 10/7 show drew a 2.65 cable rating with 3.71 million viewers. It ended up tying the 6/3 show as the lowest rating for RAW in 2013 just barely edging it out in overall viewers. It also tied for the fourst lowest non-holiday edition of RAW since 1997.

TNA Impact Wrestling: The 10/10 show drew a 0.82 cable rating with 1.08 million viewers. It was the lowest number for the show since 6/20. Demographics were a 0.42 among males 18-34 (one of the lowest of all time) and 0.78 among males 35-49. The show did have some heavy competition going up against an NFL Thursday Night Football game featuring the Giants and Bears (7.81 million viewers), MLB Playoffs between the Detroit Tigers and Oakland A’s (5.45 million viewers) and College Football (1.66 million viewers).

WWE Smackdown: The 10/11 show drew a 1.82 cable rating with 2.45 million viewers. It was the lowest amount of viewers for the show since 8/16 and the lowest overall rating since 7/12. The show placed at No. 8 for the night on cable. It went up against an MLB Playoff game that drew 5.45 million viewers.

Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter