Television ratings for WWE and TNA programming from September 21 to September 26.

Total Divas: The 9/21 show drew 1.19 million viewers, up 22% from the show the previous week. It was considered a very strong number going head-to-head with WWE’s Night of Champions PPV.

WWE RAW: The 9/22 show drew a 2.68 cable rating with 3.89 million viewers. This ended up as the second lowest rating for RAW all year. The show had heavy competition from Monday Night Football (13.27 million viewers) and Dancing with the Stars (12.76 million viewers). Despite the drop in the overall rating, it was up slightly from the 3.83 million million viewers the previous week. The show continues to rank among the top 25 shows on cable every week coming in at No. 4, No. 5 and No. 8.

TNA Impact Wrestling: The 9/24 show drew a 0.85 cable rating with 969,000 viewers. This was another low for the show in the new Wednesday night time slot on Spike TV. It was down from the 1.10 million viewers the previous week.

WWE Smackdown: The 9/26 show drew a 1.74 cable rating with 2.32 million viewers, the lowest non-holiday rating for the show since 6/13 and down from the 2.63 million viewers the previous week. Despite the drop in viewers, Smackdown tied for No. 1 on cable Friday night drawing a 0.6 rating among adults 18-49.

Source:, The Wrestling Observer Newsletter