Re: **The Official Raw Ratings Thread** (Discuss Ratings In Here)
Ryback/Maddox did well because the feeling is that something would happen... not just a boring long squash match. Not surprised at the rest of the numbers really... mostly gains are tied to the times instead of anything else since everything else has really lost any real appeal. People just don't expect consistency for the most part.
And if the Punk/Lawler segment took a huge hit at the end... well, should have happened at the stupid ass recap before Lawler came out. That was far worse than the fake heart attack by Heyman.
Wrestling fan first... company fan last. Nothing worst than the fan that is loyal to the brand first and the wrestling second.
Ahhhh... late night strolls through the forum with my booze. Here's to finding out what the hell I did the next day!