Here is a breakdown for the latest WWE and TNA television ratings courtesy of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter:
TNA Impact on 9/10 drew a final 0.9 cable rating with 1.3 million viewers. This is a drop from last week’s 1.0 (rounded up from a 0.95). The show did a 0.67 in males 18-49, 0.50 in people 18-49 and 0.64 in males 18-34. Quarter hours were very low: 0.88, 0.93, 0.97, 0.96, 0.95, 0.92, 0.87, and 0.92. The show did go head-to-head with the Steelers vs. Titans NFL game that drew a huge 20.9 million viewers, which ended up being the second biggest sports event on TV since the Super Bowl.
WWE Superstars on 9/10 drew a final 0.8 cable rating.
ECW on SyFy on 9/8 drew a final 1.0 broadcast rating.
WWE Monday Night Raw on 9/7 drew a final 3.8 cable rating. The first hour did a 3.79 (5.3 million viewers), while the second hour did a 3.86 (5.5 million viewers). 66% of the audience was male with the average viewer being 40.
WWE Friday Night Smackdown on 9/4 drew a final 2.0 broadcast rating with 3.41 million viewers. This was the best rating and highest viewership number the show has drawn in months.