– TNA president Dixie Carter noted on her Twitter that TNAWrestling.com will be relaunched this weekend. This will be the website’s first major overhaul since 2005.
– TNA Women’s Knockout Champion ODB is this week’s special guest on Live Events Center. You can view the episode at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1W0hmFZYToI
– WWE.com has an interview up with Mike Tyson from after Monday’s RAW. Tyson mentions being a wrestling enthusiast since he was 12, and that he always wanted to be like Bruno Sammartino. He also says he owes Vince McMahon for life for letting Tyson’s son join him and DX in the ring at the end of the show. He almost breaks down in tears while discussing that.
– WWE’s two week battle with TNA Wrestling and the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is over and Monday Night RAW held strong in the cable ratings. RAW went head-to-head on consecutive weeks with special programming on SpikeTV. Last week (1/4), Bret Hart’s reutrn to WWE RAW helped RAW earn a 3.6 cable rating against TNA’s 1.5 cable rating (1.3 for the final 2 hours that challenged RAW). On Monday (1/11), WWE RAW featuring the return of Mike Tyson saw increased viewership from the previous week, doing a 3.7 cable rating with 5.5 million viewers. “UFC Fight Night 20″ on Spike TV earned a 1.2 cable rating with an average of 1.7 million viewers.The show peaked with 2 million viewers for the Gray Maynard vs. Nate Diaz main event. In the end, it looks like good news for all parties involved. WWE RAW did above-average viewership both weeks – while at the same time, TNA and UFC both drew healthy audiences.