Partial Source: The Wrestling Observer

-- Monday's episode of WWE RAW scored a 3.24 (3.2) cable rating, with 4.62 million viewers. Those numbers are up from last week's 3.09 (3.1) and 4.28 million viewers. The show did hours of 4.58 million, 4.69 million and 4.58 million viewers. The show ranked #1 among cable shows for the night in overall viewers and the male 18 - 34 and male 18 - 49 demographics. The third hour had a higher adult male demo rating than the first hour, indicating that the show drew a larger general audience for the first hour while the show's core male demographical audience tuned in for the third hour to replace those viewers lost.

-- The 3/18 WWE RAW once again ranked in among the top 25 shows on cable for the week ending 3/24/13. The show ranked in at No. 9 (hour two with 4.41 million viewers), No. 10 (hour one with 4.25 million viewers) and No. 12 (hour three with 4.11 million viewers).

-- As noted over the weekend here on the website, WWE star Mark Henry suffered a slight knee injury during a match on Saturday in Norfolk, Virginia. Henry suffered the injury during a match with Kane where the referee made an "X" sign. The injury wasn't serious and Henry was back in the ring Sunday night in Baltimore and on RAW this week. He's also expected at tonight's WWE SmackDown tapings.