Neither good nor surprising. Last week’s episode of “Smackdown Live” saw a stacked card with Vince McMahon making an appearance, along with three separate title matches. It’s no surprise that the show had one of the best ratings and audience in a long time, though the question was how much could they retain.

According to, this week’s show drew a .74 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 2.51 million viewers. These numbers are down 16% and 9% from last week’s .88 rating and 2.754 million viewers. This week’s show was headlined by a four way for the #1 contendership to the Women’s Title and the fallout from Kevin Owens attacking McMahon last week.

Missed last night’s show? Here are some highlights.

Top 10 SmackDown LIVE moments: WWE Top 10, September 19, 2017

Opinion: This is about what I was expecting as last week’s show was huge and this week’s was your normal, run of the mill show. Aside from that though, as much as wrestling companies don’t seem to think so, people care about the World Champion. Jinder Mahal is one of the least interesting World Champions in years if not ever and he’s really not helping things in the slightest. Get the title off of him and maybe things can start to turn around for more than one week.

Why do you think the numbers are so low? Would taking the title off of Mahal help? Let us know in the comments below.


  • Who Will Challenge Natalya at “Hell in a Cell 2017”?

  • New Title Match Confirmed for “Hell in a Cell 2017”

  • Smackdown Results – September 19, 2017

  • Seth Rollins Says That The Shield Revolutionized Teams in Wrestling

  • How Was the Audience for the September 18 “Raw”?

  • The Young Bucks on Their Success, Name and Marty Scurll Joining the Bullet Club

  • John Cena’s Dad Says Jinder Mahal Is A Bad Champion

  • Is WWE Champion Jinder Mahal Injured?

  • Video: What Happened After “Monday Night Raw” Ended?

  • The Rhodes Family Upset About WWE Bringing Back Starrcade