|By Marc Middleton | February 22, 2013 | Comments|
Source: Wrestling Observer NewsletterAs noted, the February 18th WWE RAW did a 3.28 cable rating with 4.66 million viewers.
In the segment breakdown, the opener with john Cena, CM Punk and Paul Heyman did a 3.71 quarter rating for the high point of the night. Sin Cara vs. Mark Henry lost 332,000 viewers. Antonio Cesaro vs. The Miz and a promo from Jack Swagger and Zeb Colter lost 210,000 viewers. Backstage segments with Kane, Daniel Bryan, Randy Orton, Vickie Guerrero and Heyman lost 194,000 viewers. Dolph Ziggler vs. Alberto Del Rio at 9pm gained 326,000 viewers for a 3.42 quarter rating.
Tensai, Naomi and Brodus Clay vs. Rosa Mendes, Primo and Epico plus the second Swagger and Zeb promo lost 226,000 viewers. Swagger vs. Daniel Bryan lost 171,000 viewers. The segment with Vince McMahon, Brad Maddox, Vickie and Heyman gained 200,000 viewers. Chris Jericho, Ryback and Sheamus vs. Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns at 10pm did a 3.48 quarter and gained 277,000 viewers.
The angle with Damien Sandow and Kofi Kingston leading to R-Truth's return lost 393,000 viewers. Kane vs. Randy Orton lost 506,000 viewers for a low 2.85 quarter rating. The Rock's celebration with Cena and Punk appearing gained 773,000 viewers for a 3.39 overrun.
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