This Week's WWE RAW Rating + WWE Film Screening
-- With no competition from football, Monday's RAW scored a 3.27 (3.3) cable rating, the program's best mark since December 20, 2010 (also a 3.27). The rating is up from last week's 3.05 (3.1) number. The show drew hours of 3.17 (3.2) and 3.39 (3.4). Overall viewership was approximately 5 million, up from 4.6 million. WWE is no longer competing with the NFL and the BCS National Championship Game this week.
-- WWE is holding a screening for an undisclosed WWE Studios film next Monday in Detroit, Michigan. The invitation is only being offered to those who attend the evening's RAW taping and are between the ages of 9 and 35. Adults over the age of 35 can only attend the event if they are accompanied by a a minor under the age of 17.
-- ESPN.com has published a story hyping THQ's upcoming WWE All Stars video game, which will feature past and present wrestling stars such as "Macho Man" Randy Savage, Andre the Giant and Sheamus.