Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter

-- While yearly figures will be released shortly with the month of December coming to a close, WWE Monday Night Raw in November 2012 averaged a 2.78 rating with 4.00 million viewers. This same time last year the show was averaging a 3.12 rating with 4.48 million viewers. This would be a 10.9% drop in ratings and 10.7% drop in audience.

The biggest change for the show this year was moving to three hours starting in July. As documented since the summer, the show ended up doing record low ratings for the first time in 15 years.

As numbers stand now, the show has averaged a 3.03 rating in 2012. A final ratings average will be provided next week.

-- WWE Smackdown on Syfy in November 2012 averaged a 1.88 rating with 2.67 million viewers. This same time last year the show was averaging a 2.05 rating with 3.01 million viewers. This would be a 8.3% drop in ratings and 11.3% drop in audience.

As numbers stand now, the show has averaged a 1.89 rating in 2012. A final ratings average will be provided next week.

-- TNA iMPACT! Wrestling on Spike TV in November 2012 has averaged a 0.96 rating with 1.27 million viewers. This same time last year the show averaged a 1.17 rating with 1.61 million viewers. This would be a 17.9% drop in ratings and 21.1% drop in audience for the show.

The show underwent a variety of changes in 2012 including moving to a new two hour timeslot in May (8:00-10:00 p.m. Eastern) and going live for a majority of the year.

As numbers stand now, the show has averaged a 1.01 rating in 2012. A final ratings average will be provided next week.