Here is a breakdown for the latest WWE and TNA television ratings courtesy of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter:
TNA Impact on 7/30 (which was the company’s 200th episode) drew a final 1.3 cable rating (rounded from a 1.29) with 1.8 million viewers. The show did a 0.72 in males 18-34 and 1.06 in males 35-49.
WWE Superstars on 7/30 drew a final 0.8 cable rating. This is a drop from the 0.9 rating the show has been averaging for months now.
ECW on SyFy on 7/28 drew a final 1.3 cable rating with 1.92 million viewers.
WWE Monday Night Raw on 7/27 (with Shaq as host) drew a final 4.0 cable rating (rounded from a 3.95) with 5.76 million viewers. First hour had 5.8 million viewers, while the second hour had 5.6 million. The show did a 2.94 in males 18-49. The audience was 66% male and the average viewer was 39.
WWE Friday Night Smackdown on 7/24 drew a final 1.8 broadcast rating with 3.1 million viewers. This is the largest audience the show has done in many weeks. The show did a 1.2 rating in males 18-49.