Here is a breakdown for the latest WWE and TNA television ratings courtesy of The Wrestling Observer and Figure Four Weekly Newsletters:

TNA Impact on 1/15 drew a final 1.2 cable rating with 1.8 million viewers. This was the second biggest audience ever for the show on Spike TV. The show did a 0.89 in males 18-49 (the biggest male demographic number in six weeks), 0.62 in people 18-49 and 0.92 in males 18-34.

ECW on Sci Fi on 1/13 drew a final 1.1 cable rating with 1.48 million viewers. This was a big drop from the 1.4 rating the previous week.

WWE Monday Night Raw on 1/12 drew a final 3.5 cable rating (or a 3.52) with 5.26 million viewers. The first hour did a 3.45, while the second hour did a 3.59. It was the highest rated episode of Raw since July 28, 2008 which was the show built around the announcement of a new Raw General Manager in Mike Adamle. 66% of the audience was male and the average viewer was 35. The show did a strong 3.17 rating in males 18-49.

WWE Friday Night Smackdown on 1/9 drew a final 2.2 broadcast rating with 3.9 million viewers. This again broke the all-time audience record for the show on MyNetworkTV. The show did a 1.6 in males 18-49 matching CBS and FOX going head-to-head as the top rated network in that demographic.