Chris Harris Debuts On ECW, Atlas Ortiz Name Change, & More

According to data compiled by Neilson Media Research, the July 7th edition of WWE Raw did a 3.5 cable rating, drawing the same amount of viewers as last week's show. This week's broadcast did hours of 3.3 and 3.7.


Last night's ECW show featured a new face, a new names and an old face. Braden Walker, formerly TNA star Chris Harris, made his debut. Atlas DaBone, who made his ECW debut last week wrestling as Atlas Ortiz, has already changed his name to Ricky Ortiz. Ortiz dropped the "Atlas" after just 1 week and we've already got a new Atlas on the roster – WWE Hall of Famer Tony Atlas, who will serve as ECW Champion Mark Henry's new manager.

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