Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter
- Due to the Thanksgiving holiday we're just now getting the breakdown for the November 26th RAW which did a 2.73 rating with 3.91 million viewers - tying the November 19th show for the fifth lowest rated non-holiday episode of the last 5 years.
In the segment breakdown, Ryback vs. Titus O'Neil opened with a 2.89 quarter rating. The Great Khali vs. Alberto Del Rio gained 129,000 viewers and ended up being the highest rated segment of the show with a 2.98 quarter rating. Michael Cole's interview with Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns lost 139,000 viewers.
Alicia Fox vs. Tamina Snuka gained 46,000 viewers. The segment with John Cena, Vickie Guerrero, AJ Lee and Dolph Ziggler plus Tensai vs. Kofi Kingston gained 90,000 viewers which could be the lowest 9pm gain since RAW went to three hours.
Rey Mysterio vs. Daniel Bryan lost 366,000 viewers. Ziggler vs. Cena lost 17,000 viewers and did a 2.70 quarter rating at 10pm - another bad number. Sheamus vs. Antonio Cesaro lost another 229,000 viewers while Zack Ryder vs. Damien Sandow lost 421,000 for a 2.25 quarter rating. Kane vs. CM Punk in the main event gained 592,000 viewers with the first part of the match doing a 2.28 quarter and it increasing at 11pm to a 2.66 overrun quarter.
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