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Jim Ross comments on Obsournes, plus the RAW rating is in

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Jim Ross blogged on Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne hosting Monday Night RAW. Ross said the following on his website:

“I liked Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne’s role on Raw Monday night. It wasn’t overkill and it played to their strengths. Ozzy, honestly, pleasantly surprised me with his performance and his wife is really sharp which has likely saved Ozzy’s arse over the years. They are a prime example of where a ‘reality show’ has helped their personas and made them relevant again to a new audience.”

The Obsbourne hosted RAW show scored a 3.5 rating with an average of five million viewers. The first hour of the show drew a 3.5 rating with five million viewers, while the second hour scored a 3.4 rating with 4.9 million viewers.

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