Discussion in 'RAW' started by Senhor Perfect, Apr 15, 2013.
Good news or bad news?
Would liked to have seen Lesnar but that's it. We saw Undertaker and Jericho last week, The Rock is still "injured" and I don't give a crap about Triple H.
I'm willing not to see the others if it means I don't have to see Triple H. For that reason alone I will say it's a good thing.
Damn Straight no Jericho!
I beat that fool into retirement!!!!!
I imagine this means another 15 minute John Cena promo and countless squash matches instead of giving air time to new, upcoming stars.
This week would be a perfect time for Bray Wyatt to debut. Out of nowhere.
Out of nowhere isn't the right way to debut Bray if you ask me. His character needs vignettes to hype him up. Build the tension around the weird and enigmatic cult leader.
I'd agree if the average age of a WWE crowd was over 12. They won't have a clue what he's going on about.
His look, however, will get him over immediately.
Good. Apart from Jericho, I seriously do not care about part-timers any more.
I haven't really been invested in Lesnar since his feud with Cena.
67% are ages 18-49
Good. CmPunk cut a promo and take a break for a while dude. No Jericho VS Ziggler stuff
Side note: does anyone consider Jericho a 'part timer' ? I understand he takes a lot of breaks, but when he is around he is full time on most every Raw/SD/PPV unlike the rest of the guys labeled as part timers.
You WWE hater.
That is for wwe.com, but you know that, right..?
Sure didn't but the point remains the same, actually that being from the website drives it home even better I'd say. You think 67% of the people browsing the website are adults but 'most' of the people watching the show are under the age of 12?
Biggest misnomer about WWE is that 'most' of the people watching are kids. They are not. You or I (assuming you are 17-25 somewhere in there) represent the 'average fan' a lot more than a little kid, even if the product seems to be more catered to that demo
WWE programming reaches almost 14 million viewers in the U.S. each week.
Balanced age distribution with 74% of the audience aged 21 or older.
23 % of our audience is under 18 years old
24 % of our audience is 18-34 years old
21 % of our audience is 35-49 years old
32 % of our audience is 50+ years old
Strong female audience
36 % of our viewers are female
Raw was a top 10 (#8) most watched regularly scheduled entertainment program on primetime ad-supported cable among Hispanic viewers.
Raw was the #2 most watched regularly scheduled entertainment program on primetime cable among Black/African-American viewers.
Raw was USA’s most watched program in primetime among Hispanic viewers and Black/African-American viewers.
Smackdown was the most watched regularly scheduled program on primetime television Friday nights among Hispanic Men 18-34.
Smackdown was the most watched regularly scheduled program on primetime cable Friday nights among Hispanic Adults Men 18-49.
Smackdown was Syfy’s most watched regularly scheduled program in primetime among Hispanic and Black/African-American viewers.
Smackdown was a top 5 most watched regularly scheduled entertainment programs on primetime cable among Black/African-American viewers.
WWE Main Event was ION’s most watched regularly scheduled program among Hispanic males.
WWE Saturday Morning Slam was the most watched program on CW Saturday mornings among Black/African-American children.
At least now I know who is watching Smackdown these days. Hispanic men age 18-49 must LOVE squash matches.
ADR? Sin Cara? Maybe?
Either one. They were both huge stars in Mexico so I could see either one bringing in some hispanic eye balls to SD