Sources: ProWrestling.net, FightLine.com

-- According to ProWrestling.net, last night's episode of WWE Raw drew a 3.24 rating, down significantly from the 3.7 rating the show drew last week, and the 3.4 drawn the week before. The first hour did a 3.04 rating with 4,141,000 viewers, while the second did a 3.44 rating with 4,869,000 viewers. That's the lowest number for the final Raw before WrestleMania that I can remember.

-- As noted earlier, TNA iMPACT! did a 0.86 rating. The show peaked with a 0.96 quarter hour for the conclusion of the Mick Foley - Jeff Jarrett match. The lowest rated segments were the opening segment, which drew a 0.79 rating, and the quarter hour which saw the conclusion of the angle involving Sting, Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan, Abyss and The Pope to set the main event for Lockdown, which did a 0.76. Obviously, neither WWE nor TNA can be happy with last night's numbers.

-- What do you guys think TNA should do about iMPACT? Should they move up an hour? Should they go back to Thursday nights? We have a thread going on our forums about this, you can go to the thread by clicking here.

-- FightLine.com has an interview with Shane Carwin where he talks about facing Frank Mir this Saturday at UFC 111 as well as talking about Brock Lesnar. When he was asked about if he had been in contact with Lesnar since his illness, Carwin replied that he tried to friend Lesnar on Facebook but that the status is still "Pending". For more from Carwin, which includes his comments on how he would fare with Fedor, how he'd prepare from Brock if he beats Mir, his thought's on Mir's controversial comments about Brock and more, check out FightLine.com for all the latest UFC news by clicking here.

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