USA once again came out on top in the prime time cable ratings race, with a 2.1 average to 1.8 for TNT. SyFy was all the way up to ninth with a 1.1 while Spike was at 23 with a 0.6. The significance of the SyFy number is that WWE
programming came in below the network average for the first time. RAW's two hours came in at 6 and 8 for the week, with LeBron - The Decision being the week's highest-rated cable show at 7.0. The second hour of RAW came in at 10 in the 18-34 age group, while the two hours were at 5 and 7 in the 18-49 demographic.
The overnight ratings show Chris Jericho's Downfall drawing a 2.3 rating. That's an increase over last week.
For the week ending July 4 in the UK, TNA iMPACT! drew 97,000 viewers. WWE RAW had 78,000 live and 34,000 for the replay, while NXT had 37,000 and SmackDown! had 69,000 for the first run and 37,000 on the replay
The July 2 edition of SmackDown! drew a 1.7 rating, with 2,642,000 viewers.