Television ratings for WWE and TNA programming from September 14 to September 19.
Total Divas: The 9/14 show drew 975,000 viewers, down from 1.23 million viewers the prior week. The biggest competition that night included NFL Sunday Night Football (22.15 million viewers) and Miss America (7.07 million viewers).
WWE RAW: The 9/15 show drew a 2.79 cable rating with an average audience of 3.83 million viewers. It ended up as the smallest audience for RAW since 5/26. Monday Night Football (14.89 million viewers) and Dancing with the Stars (13.64 million viewers) were the biggest competition for the show. The first hour drew 3.90 million viewers, the second hour drew 3.95 million viewers and the third hour drew 3.63 million viewers.
TNA Impact Wrestling: The 9/17 show drew a 0.93 cable rating with 1.11 million viewers. It was the most viewers for the show since moving to the new Wednesday time slot on Spike TV. In demographics the show drew a 0.9 among males 18-34 and 0.5 among males 35-49.
WWE Smackdown: The 9/19 show drew a 1.86 cable rating with 2.63 million viewers. It ended up as the top rated show on cable that Friday night with the biggest competition coming from Family Guy (2.16 million viewers) and college football on ESPN (1.36 million viewers).