Wednesday, November 30, 2016

The Rock Makes SI Cover, WWE RAW Viewership Up

- Monday's WWE RAW, featuring Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte Flair for the RAW Women's Title in a Falls Count Anywhere main event, drew 3.110 million viewers. This is up from last week's 3.002 million viewers for the show with fallout from Survivor Series.

For this week's show, the first hour drew 3.163 million viewers, the second hour drew 3.130 million viewers and the final hour drew 3.039 million viewers.

RAW was #4 on cable for the night in viewership, behind the NFL's Monday Night Football, The O'Reilly Factor and The Five. RAW was #5 in the 18-49 demographic, behind the NFL, SportsCenter, Black Ink Crew and Love & Hip-Hop.

The NFL drew 13 million viewers on cable Monday night.

- As seen below, former WWE Champion The Rock has finally made the cover of Sports Illustrated. He wrote:

EXCLUSIVE NEW COVER!
Failure can be a cool & powerful thing.. When I was 15yrs old and started playing football, I had a dream that one day I'd play in the NFL and be on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Keep in mind, at 15, I also considered becoming a pro-boxer 'cause I thought I could be beat Mike Tyson who at that time, became the youngest ever Heavyweight Champ, so clearly my goals were extremely ambitious if not crack pipe level impossible.
I failed to make it to the NFL (as well as got cut from the Canadian Football League). But my football failure created a drive that still pushes me today.
Now years later THE COVER of @SportsIllustrated dream & goal was just achieved. Holy s--t! (that's the 15yr old in me talkin';). At the end of the day, I want to surround myself with the hungriest and most brilliant team, because I never want to just play in the game, I always want change the way the game played.
And thank God I didn't fight Mike Tyson.
#FromAthleteToCEO #ToTheCoverOfSportsIllustrated #SevenBucksProds
#1Baller
EXCLUSIVE NEW COVER! Failure can be a cool & powerful thing.. When I was 15yrs old and started playing football, I had a dream that one day I'd play in the NFL and be on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Keep in mind, at 15, I also considered becoming a pro-boxer 'cause I thought I could be beat Mike Tyson who at that time, became the youngest ever Heavyweight Champ, so clearly my goals were extremely ambitious if not crack pipe level impossible. I failed to make it to the NFL (as well as got cut from the Canadian Football League). But my football failure created a drive that still pushes me today. Now years later THE COVER of @SportsIllustrated dream & goal was just achieved. Holy shit! (that's the 15yr old in me talkin';). At the end of the day, I want to surround myself with the hungriest and most brilliant team, because I never want to just play in the game, I always want change the way the game played. And thank God I didn't fight Mike Tyson. LINK IS IN MY BIO. #FromAthleteToCEO #ToTheCoverOfSportsIllustrated #SevenBucksProds #1Baller
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