This week's edition of Smackdown did a 2.9 broadcast rating, with a 5 share, according to Nielsen Media Research. That is down from last week's 3.0 and continues the show's recent downward ratings trend. Itís also the lowest number that the show has done in some time.
Just makes me wonder even more what the point of having Booker T turn heel by calling SD the minor leagues was when he was right. They desperately need some credible main event talent, because it looks like the Bradshaw push isn't helping things at all.
Originally posted by Hurrikane757kit looks like the Bradshaw push isn't helping things at all.
Is that a surprise to anyone......other than Vince and his writers?
And you're right about the Booker T heel turn. He's exactly right. SmackDown, as much as I liked it not too long ago, is now a minor league show compared to Raw. I hate that for Eddy Guerrero, who will ultimately get the blame even though he is one of the very few bright spots of the current SmackDown.
"I hate that for Eddy Guerrero, who will ultimately get the blame even though he is one of the very few bright spots of the current SmackDown."
Nah, not gonna happen. Eddie seems to be there star of the show now, I'm pretty sure he's exempt from blame over thngs like ratings. Didn't NWO do a bad buyrate? And didn't the sheetz say that Eddie wasn't being blamed for it?
This one house show that came to Toledo, X-Pac jobbed in the main event triple threat. Although I think Jericho pinned Benoit after a pair of chairshots to the other men. Fun Fact: Benoit took the chair head on, while X-Pac took it to the hands.