WWE programming dominates TV ratings
This past week, WWE successfully championed its ratings title, earning decisive victories in the ultra-competitive television ratings system.
The July 21 edition of Raw, in which World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk battled Batista, was the most watched program in all of cable television last week.
Furthermore, the July 25 SmackDown was the No. 1 show among men between the ages of 18 and 49. The show -- in which General Manager Vickie Guerrero informed her husband Edge that he will face the newly-reinstated Undertaker inside Hell in a Cell at SummerSlam -- was the top broadcast program on prime-time television, beating out competition such as U.S.A. men's basketball, Psych, Baseball Tonight, Monk and The Daily Show.
WWE continues to be a true global broadcast force. In addition to attracting more than 15.7 million viewers per week in the United States, WWE programming is seen in approximately 465 million homes worldwide, broadcasting in 23 languages and 130 nations.