From PWinsider This week's edition of Raw drew did a 3.6 cable rating, with a 6 share, according to Nielsen Media Research. That is down from last week's 3.7. The show did hours of 3.4 and 3.9. The highest rated segment of the show was the 4.0 that they did for the overrun.
July 8, Smackdown Ratings
From Pwtorch Last night's Smackdown drew a 3.1 rating Nielson Media Research rating, down from the 3.2 the week before. The show peaked at a 3.4 rating in quarter hour no. 5 for Bradshaw vs. El Grande Luchador, and then dropped slightly for a half hour, then rebounded to a 3.4 for Booker T vs. John Cena. As usual Smackdown was the top rated show on broadcast TV among teenagers.
From 1wrestling Early indications are that the June 13 WWE Bad Blood event drew in the neighborhood of 250,000 - 260,000 buys on pay-per-view. The show, which was headlined by a Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels Hell In A Cell match, was the first of six pay-per-views in a three-week span from WWE.
RAW: Raw did a 3.6 with hours of [3.4 & 3.9,(4.0-OR)] down from last weeks 3.7 [3.4 & 3.9.(4.3-OR)]... Very similar to the previous week, the only minor differnce is that the overrun between Benoit and Kane did a bit better then the overrun for the PPV match with Benoit and HHH, hmmm.
SD: SD did a 3.1 with hours of (2.9 & 3.3) down from last weeks 3.2... SD in 8PM finished 4th in the networks with a 2.9 behind ABC "Who's Line" 3.2. But in 9PM SD/UPN finished 3rd as ABC show "Kingdom Hospitial" finished all the way down to 5th. From 8-10 SD finished 3rd among the networks.
B-shows: A 0.3 for Velocity! Holiday weekend or not that is jut horrible, Heat's 0.7 was kind of low but not anything like that... Maybe 7PM Saturday timeslot isn't good, when I first heard it I thought it was better then 10PM but I must say since it went to Saturday I haven't watched it once. Sat @ 7 I'm always in the middle of something else or not around the TV.
PPV: Well at least Raw Bad Blood 250,000 did better then SD Judgement Day 200,000. I do wonder how GAB and this coming PPV will do so close to eachother... I also wonder how WWE stockholder graph will show a 2-PPV month
(edited by Net Hack Slasher on 10.7.04 0703) smark/net attack wienerville advisory is raised to YELLOW alert - Elevated (JBL is the new WWE champion, good gawd hide under the desk. But Benoit is World Champion allowing some safety in the IWC)- 6/28
Originally posted by Net Hack SlasherEarly indications are that the June 13 WWE Bad Blood event drew in the neighborhood of 250,000 - 260,000 buys on pay-per-view. The show, which was headlined by a Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels Hell In A Cell match, was the first of six pay-per-views in a three-week span from WWE.
I hope you mean "first of three pay-per-views in a six-week span", because two PPVs a week is damned impressive.
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There's always a bigger risk if he has to wrestle an entire match (continuous activity and risk) as opposed to standing around, falling down once or twice. Regardless if it's Kevin Nash or anyone else.