3.5 million average in 2009?They were averaging 3.5 Million not more than 5 million. lol.
Currently, they're average around 3 million, so no their audience isn't disappearing.
Read the article. Raw was averaging over 5 million viewers in 2009. Today, they only average around 2.5 million viewers. Half the audience has tuned out.2009 Ratings - this shows around 3/4 million, unless that is just the rating and not the total number in viewership.
Regardless, you're targeting 2 guys that have been at the company for just over 2 years. The decline didn't happen over night, and is to be blamed on more than just Nakamura (who's been on the main roster for 1 year), Styles and Bryan
Wrong again.A lot of 2010, not all of 2010.
Cena's push put 2/3 of their 1999 audience off.
2007-2008 were averaging lower than 2004/2003Wrong again.
Viewership in 2006 was higher than 2003 and 2004. Cena's push increased viewership. Benoit and Eddie turned a lot of fans off in 2004.
Cena drew okay in 2010. Especially for a wrestler who had been in the main events for 5 straight years. Is Cena in Austin or Hogan's league? No. But he's much better than Bryan.
Cena was not around at the end of 2007. Also in 2008, the ratings tumbled when Jericho was given the belt.2007-2008 were averaging lower than 2004/2003