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Re: **The Official Raw Ratings Thread** (Discuss Ratings In Here)
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In the segment-by-segment, Alberto Del Rio vs. Santino Marella lost 261,000 viewers and you shouldnít drop in the first hour because the idea is starting low because people forget, people should be remembering steadily through that hour.
The Damien Sandow-Brodus Clay angle with Vickie Guerrero dancing gained 214,000 viewers.
Daniel Bryan and A.J. in the office and the second clip showing Stephanie McMahon beating up Paul Heyman lost 18,000 viewers.
Sheamus vs. Daniel Bryan at the top of the hour gained 521,000 viewers which sounds good but itís still a deal where so many people tuned in at 9 p.m. out of habit that you canít really figure out if they were tuning in because they liked what was on the air or it was simply the time they tuned in.
The stuff with R-Truth, Kofi Kingston, Bryan and A.J. taking Bryan out of the ring for a psychiatric evaluation gained 274,000 viewers. Thatís good for the time slot.
Kofi Kingston vs. Titus OíNeil lost 223,000 viewers.
Randy Orton vs. Heath Slater gained 40,000 viewers.
Chris Jericho & Christian vs. Dolph Ziggler & The Miz gained 51,000 viewers which is extremely weak for the 10 p.m. slot and only did a 3.24.
Tensai vs. Tyson Kidd lost 34,000 viewers.
The third showing of the Stephanie McMahon/Paul Heyman segment lost 246,000 viewers.
John Cena vs. Big Show for the SummerSlam title shot with C.M. Punk involved gained 1,181,000 viewers to a 3.86 overrun. That was the best gaining segment in a while.
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