Discussion in 'RAW' started by Crayo, Jun 18, 2013.
Well this makes 0 sense
It was just because it was a post Pay-Per-View show, next week will probably be less.
The show was brilliant too. Wonder if the rating will be up next week with everyone knowing Bork will be there.
More reason why I normally don't judge shows based on rating.
He probably won't be there. Brock Lesnar's appearances are sporadic due to WWE having to pay a fortune. I expect a Punk reaction segment mixed with some Heyman denial and shock. He'll play the neutral guy who had "no idea" what was going on, and the angle itself they'll play is the Punk / Heyman split.
You're probably right, hopefully though after Mondays episode viewers increase. That was the best raw i've seen in a long time.
It's not like people knew whether or not the show was gonna be any good beforehand. I wouldn't take one rating too seriously.
This. If anything a rating is based more on what happens beforehand. So logically next week should have higher viewership.
TBH I actually enjoyed the show, really thought it was a good one.
No one knew this show was going to be great, not like anyone rushing home to see the post-payback Raw. I think next week will see better ratings because everyone is expecting a good show now
George Bush kind of stuff going on