wwe-raw-ratings-breakdownThe NBA playoffs may have played a huge part on this week’s WWE Raw ratings as Monday’s episode scored a 2.9 cable rating with an average of 3.917 million viewers, according to TV By The Numbers.

This week’s WWE Raw ratings are down from last week’s 4/29/13 episode as it scored a 3.14 rating and averaged 4.285 million viewers.

In the first hour Raw drew 3.97 million viewers but fell to 3.87 million viewers in the second. Viewership did increase in the third hour to average 3.91 million viewers to end the 16 week streak of viewership declining from the second to third hour. PWTorch noted that the episode was the lowest rated and least watched of the year. You can get more demographics data for the WWE Raw ratings at PWTorch by clicking here.

We’ll have a recap of April’s WWE Raw ratings up shortly.

Programming Note: Check out Impact Showdown Live covering the latest fallout from Thursday’s TNA Impact Wrestling with Diamond K & Lee Sanders. They’ll also be covering the very latest in TNA Wrestling news and beyond. Impact Showdown Live will be airing on YouTube exclusively. It’s a new & innovative way for wrestling fans to be able to interact with and share thoughts on what they thought of Impact Wrestling for that night. To get a sneak peak just check out last week’s episode. A radio version will be available for listening & downloading pleasure here

Be sure to spread the word! Impact Showdown Live will air at 11pm EST beginning May 30th as TNA Impact Wrestling moves back to its 9pm-11pm time-slot the same night! Episodes will simulcastĀ  on YouTube and Blogtalkradio.

On the go and won’t be able to catch our Impact Wrestling coverage? No problem! We’ve got you covered for all your portable devices! Episodes available in the ITunes, marketplaces and on Stitcher