The UFC show did a 1.4 rating last night which is the best the show has done since RAW left Spike TV.
TNA did a 0.9 which is the best to date and viewers per home skyrocketed. If TNA can pull close to what the UFC show has been doing (1.3ish) on their primetime special, then we will likely see Spike TV form a Monday night block pitting UFC and TNA against WWE RAW.
RAW scored a 3.9 this week. The show did hours of 3.9 and 3.9.
AM Raw did a 0.5 cable rating.