lol exactly. I don't get why people on this site even care about ratings. Last time I checked, this site aren't stockowners of WWE, but even if they were, it still wouldn't make much difference.
The only time where ratings were important to WWE was during mid-late 90s. And that's cause they were competing with another company.
Today, ratings don't mean much at all, WWE isn't competing with anyone, and they'd have to do REAL BAD(like half their USA TV viewers stop watching) in order to even be considered to be in danger of network not wanting them.
Yep i honestly think if wwe was under serious threat one day, vince can improve the product quickly and put much more effort in. At the moment wwe are comfortable and until they remain comfortable everything will remain how it is.
Current favourites: CM Punk, The Shield, Dolph Ziggler, Daniel Bryan, Bray Wyatt.
All time favourites: The Undertaker, The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, CM Punk, Scott Hall.
-- Monday's three-hour WWE Raw scored 518,787 in social media activity, according to Trendrr.TV, which was easily the highest of the year. It was up 70 percent from last week's Raw leading into WrestleMania.
The social score is almost identical to last year's two-hour post-Mania show via apples-to-apples comparison. The equivalent number this year would be 345,858 vs. an actual number of 343,333 last year.
Raw ranked #1 on cable TV Monday night, but was blown away by the NCAA Title game on CBS broadcast television, which drew over 2.0 million in social activity.