Well, if this is even remotely accurate then I'd say Vince knew what he was doing in promoting K-Fed's appearance so strongly and building up to it. Story is at the Observer's website:
Originally posted by MeltzerWe don't have a number, but Raw did a big rating on Monday night. The WWE web site claimed 2.5 million more viewers than usual and a peak of nine million, which would be the highest peak of any Raw show since the glory days if that's accurate. We should have the number later today. The only sketchy details we've gotten so far are that the rating was above average, but not greatly above average, but one of the quarters was through the roof.
This isn't really a new sentiment or anything, but I hate how JJ is portrayed in TNA. He does the whole 'I'm the heel, management is against me, trying to screw me deal' which is fine if the audience isn't primarily smart mark.