The numbers are beside the point this week, yet here is they are for all of you to see. I think Eddie would be proud his show got such a good viewing audience.
Originally posted by PWInsider.com and Wrestling-Online newsletter > FANS TUNE TO RAW FOR LARGEST AUDIENCE - The Eddie Guerrero tribute show on RAW generated a lot of interest from WWE fans and others who tuned to the broadcast as WWE Superstars said their final goodbyes to their friend. RAW on Monday pulled a 4.5 rating with a 6.6 share for the two hour broadcast, its best number of the year. It had hours of 4.6 and 4.4. In weekend ratings, AM RAW did a 0.6 with a 1.5 share. (Ratings compiled by Nielsen Media Research and put online by PWInsider.com)
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If you can't beat'em whack'em with a chair! Go ahead...take a Chance!
Venom says: "Oh yeah, big pops from the audience is TOTALLY a factor in drawing money. They did that with that Hogan guy last year, but for some wacky reason it killed ratings, house show attendance, and PPV buyrates. Must be Jericho's fault.