WWE and TNA television ratings from October 21 to October 25, 2013.

WWE RAW: The 10/21 show drew a 2.71 cable rating with 3.82 million viewers. It ended up as the third lowest rating of the year for the show and among the bottom 10 in the last 15 years of non-holiday episodes. The one negative is that viewers declined throughout the three hours on the USA Network. It went up against an NFL Monday Night Football game on ESPN between the Giants and Vikings that drew 13.24 million viewers.

TNA Impact Wrestling: The 10/24 show drew a 1.01 cable rating with 1.26 million viewers. This is the show that traditionally does a larger rating for TNA coming off the Bound for Glory PPV every year. The show went up against some big sports competition including the World Series (13.43 million), NFL (4.60 million) and college football (1.33 million). In demographics the show drew a 0.70 among males 18-34 and 0.78 among males 35-49. Last year’s post-Bound for Glory show drew 1.25 million viewers. In 2011 it drew 2.02 million viewers and in 2010 it drew 2.90 million viewers.

WWE Smackdown: The 10/25 show drew a 1.94 cable rating with 2.68 million viewers. It ended up at No. 6 for the night on cable.

Sources: TVbythenumbers.com, The Wrestling Observer Newsletter