More WWE News: Monday's Episode Of RAW The Lowest-Rated In 15 Years, This Week's JBL and Cole Show
Posted by Joseph Lee on 12.28.2012
Christmas Eve brings poor ratings for WWE...
- Monday's Christmas Eve episode of RAW, which featured John Cena vs Alberto Del Rio in a Miracle on 34th Street Fight and Santa Claus getting run over by a car, only earned a 2.2 cable rating. This is the show's lowest rating of 2012 and the lowest in over fifteen years.
The last episode of RAW to get a rating that low was the September 8, 1997 episode. This featured Triple H vs Savio Vega vs The Patriot in the main event.
RAW averaged 3.167 million viewers in two hours, down from 4.23 million the week before for a 2.9 rating. The first hour brought in 2.94 million viewers while the second earned 3.271 million and the third brought in 3.219 million viewers.
- You can now watch this week's JBL & Cole show at WWe.com. Here's a synopsis: Okay, so JBL doesn't actually fire Michael Cole (we think), but this week's episode is jam-packed with hilarity and guest stars. No. 1 ranked tennis player John Isner talks greatest Superstars of all time, The Great Khali learns to Tweet, Yoshi Tatsu learns to TOUT, and - oh, yeah! - "Mean" Gene makes a special appearance. All this and more on the latest episode of "The JBL & Cole Show!"