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Drake Younger Works WWE NXT Live Event, SmackDown Twitter TV Ratings, WWE Countdown
By Marc Middleton
May 10, 2014 - 4:51:06 PM

- Friday night's WWE SmackDown ranked #5 overall for the night in Nielsen's new Twitter TV ratings, behind the NFL Draft, the Hawaii Five-O season finale, the NBA playoffs and the NHL playoffs. SmackDown had a unique audience of 541,000, which represents the number of Twitter accounts that commented on the show. This was up from the previous week. SmackDown had total impressions of 1.449 million, which represents the number of times the show was tweeted about. This was also up from the previous week.

- The former Drake Younger worked last night's WWE NXT live event in Orlando as a referee. There had been rumors that he was being signed by WWE to work as a referee instead of a wrestler.

- Tuesday's episode of WWE Countdown on the WWE Network will look at the craziest ladder matches in WWE history.

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