Television ratings for WWE and TNA from March 30 to April 4, 2014.

Total Divas: The 3/30 show drew a 1.55 million viewers, the second highest amount of viewers in the shows history. The show was off on 4/6 due to Wrestlemania 30. The show has a very strong female following and the strongest between the ages of 35-49.

WWE RAW: The 3/31 go-home show for Wrestlemania 30 drew a 3.14 cable rating with 4.39 million viewers. It was up from the go-home RAW last year that drew a 3.10 rating (4.31 million viewers) and in 2012 that drew a 3.05 rating (4.44 million viewers). It was the top show on cable that Monday night.

TNA Impact Wrestling: The 4/3 show drew a 0.94 cable rating with 1.12 million viewers. In demographics, the show drew a 0.62 among males 18-34 and 0.78 among males 35-49. The only major competition the show had was the NBA on TNT (1.94 million viewers).

WWE Smackdown: The 4/4 show drew a 1.92 cable rating with 2.71 million viewers. It ended up as the highest rated show on cable that Friday night.

Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter,