By Ryan Clark | July 10, 2008
Last week's Monday Night Raw was the second and third-most watched show live on cable. No. 1 was Spring Cup Racing from Daytona on TNT with 6.39 million viewers.
The July 21 Raw at the Mohegan Sun has had its showing starting time changed to 8:30 p.m. instead of 7:30. This is due to the company not having to tape Heat and not pushing ECW tapings to the brand yet.
As reported yesterday, TNA has made plans to hold their No Surrender PPV on September 14 in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada at the General Motors Centre. TNA is expected to be officially making the announcement about the event in the next two to three weeks.
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