WWE Smackdown Live rating: Final numbers for the April 30 edition

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Tuesday’s WWE Smackdown Live scored a 1.38 rating, down from the 1.53 rating the show drew last week. As previously noted, the show averaged 1.833 million viewers, down from last week’s 2.072 million viewers.

Petty’s POV: Now I’m free, Free fallin’. Yeah I’m free, Free fallin’. The May 1, 2018 edition of Smackdown delivered a 1.66 rating with 2.436 million viewers.


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Readers Comments (2)

  1. Common Sense May 2, 2019 @ 6:41 pm

    Fox may want to look for any loopholes to get out of their TV Deal. Reruns of Last Man Standing on Friday nights are starting to look really good right now.

  2. So any guesses as to how long it’ll be before Vince calls the Rock or something to try and pop a rating? Bringing back a name seems to be the only way he garner interest, because his creative vision is sh–. The only thing we got out of the “we’re listening to the fans now” era was the elimination of automatic championship rematches, which didn’t seem to be an oft asked for request. Oh, and we got more Corbin! To the delight of… his mom, maybe?

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