-- "Awesome Truth" was split last night on RAW in part because of WWE creative's plan to insert The Miz into the title picture over the next few months. Of course, there were other major issues as we noted earlier here on the website.
-- Last night's WWE RAW scored a 3.24 (3.2) cable rating, with an average of 4.72 million viewers, almost the same as the 3.25 (3.3) for last week's Rock-themed three-hour show.
The show was ranked #2 for the night in overall cable TV, as well as #2 in the male 18-49 demographic.
The overall viewership was up 5.3 percent compared to the previous five weeks and up 7.2 percent compared to the previous ten weeks.
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