Partial Source: Prowrestling.net
— The 20th Anniversary episode of RAW last night did 4.55 million viewers. That’s up from the 4.42 million viewers from last week. The show did hours of 4.5 million, 4.68 million and 4.47 million; the show had a 1.7 rating in the 18 – 49 demographic for the final two hours, which was down from a 1.8 the week before. It was the highest-rated cable show of the night. The final number will be out shortly.
— Kyle B sent in this report:
Overall, I was very disappointed with the show. It was painfully obvious when there were commercials between matches and they played the videos that the TV audience saw there was no fan interaction to keep us in our seats. For being the anniversary show, I was expecting some old school guys just to show face. I know Shawn Michaels and Steve Austin are in Vegas at the SHOT show, but it had a house show feel to me.
There was nothing about it that screamed special show or even a televised show. I felt like it was a waste of money other than the kids having been to their first live event. To be honest, I enjoyed the TNA house show that we went to a few years ago 100 times more. I would have expected some trash talking to the fans from the heels without the cameras on. I’d give it a 5 out of 10 at best.