The following night, Lesnar was not done as he attacked the WWE COO, Triple H, with his dangerous Kimura submission hold effectively breaking the arm of the Game in the process.
At the end of the show, we saw John Laurinaitis, with the help of Lord Tensai, attack John Cena and his injured left arm in addition to setting up a match between the two at Over the Limit.
With the most recent episode featuring the return of former ECW owner Paul Heyman as Brock Lesnar’s legal advisor, what kind of numbers did this week’s edition of Raw SuperShow garner as we’re just a less than two weeks away from the next pay-per-view?
This week's episode of WWE RAW garnered a 3.0 rating with 4.31 million viewers. It was down considerably from last week's episode, which scored a 3.3 rating with 4.88 million viewers.
After a great episode collecting the aftermath of Extreme Rules last week, it was almost a given this week’s episode would suffer from a ratings drop as Brock Lesnar and Triple H wasn’t in attendance and John Cena appearing only in a satellite interview with Michael Cole.
With matches like the handicap match main event featuring CM Punk against Lord Tensai and Daniel Bryan, the WWE could have done a better job on this week’s episode to help build up the match between Bryan and Punk at Over the Limit.
Unlike sort of dropping the ball with Punk and Bryan, the WWE did do a good job with changing the World Heavyweight Championship match between Sheamus and Alberto Del Rio by adding Randy Orton and Chris Jericho at the next pay-per-view.
With the addition of Chris Jericho to the World Heavyweight Championship match, it would be great for the company to just go ahead and do away with the Brand Extension, as any separation between the two brands is pretty much non-existent these days.
After failing to match their numbers from the April 30 edition of Raw SuperShow, what did you think of the most recent episode of Raw Monday night that seen their ratings take a bit of a dive?