Just like it’s big brother. The WWE’s main TV ratings have seen an improvement over the last few weeks with things slowly starting to get better than they were over the horrible spring and early summer months. The question though was could they continue with this momentum going into the later summer.

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According to 411mania.com, the show’s ratings took a bit of a dip with a .77 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 2.535 million viewers. These numbers are even with last week’s rating and down .5% from last week’s 2.548 million. This week’s show was main evented by a triple threat match for the United States Title.

Opinion: That’s about even for all intent and purpose and that’s not too bad. The fact that the show isn’t spiraling down through the floors, at least not at the moment, is quite an improvement over what they’ve been doing in recent months. Chris Jericho’s return probably would have helped had it been advertised in advance but it did offer a heck of a surprise.

Did you like this week’s show? What did you think of the main event? Let us know in the comments below.


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