No. No you are not.
Don't quote me on this but I have a theory.
This is 1 situation where ratings shouldn't be brought up, since if he has the time to defend himself on a message board to strangers, he likely doesn't know the actual numbers WWE is doing in Los Angeles or Chicago, as I doubt they are made public, only the overall. But, on to my theory.
I'm pretty sure the determination of ratings is different between nationally viewed programs and those in syndication. Because regardless, the ratings of a syndicated show will always be higher than those of a nationwide program. At the end of the day, it's based on the 25,000 households taking place in the Nielsen study.
And if those households are split across the country, it wouldn't make sense for a syndicated show to NOT have ratings higher than a national show. The reason I say that is because everybody gets ABC, FOX, NBC, CBS and public access, which is likely what his company airs on. Not everybody gets USA.
Furthermore, because you have more homes in that region with those basic news channels that airs his company, the rating will be higher simply because the number of households in that region that participate in that study. But, it doesn't indicate that you actually have more people watching, the study is just based on less households than the WWE is accounted for.
I'll break it down like this. Four percent of 100 is more than 3 percent of 1,000. But when you do the match, 4 percent of 100 is only 25, while 3 percent of 1,000 is 30. So, again, having a higher rating doesn't mean more people watch. Another example, your local news will have a better rating than national news. And I wonder why.
This is guy is wasting a time coming here to promote a product that, outside of maybe 25 people, nobody here cares about. I'll bootleg his shows and put them on torrents.