A total average audience of 1,970,500 viewers tuned in with 1,985,000 recorded for the first hour and 1,956,000 for the second.
Now that the result is in, a couple of television prop markets - published by the oddsmakers from Kambi - will end up settled.
In the first proposition, customers were asked whether not the episode would have a total average of 1.8 Million or more.
As you can see, 'Yes' was a 4/5 favourite initially, but was lowered into 7/10 during midweek. It remained at that price up until last night.
In the second prop, clients were asked to gamble on the prospect of Smackdown's number beating the one for Monday's episode of WWE Raw by at least 125,000 viewers.
As noted on Tuesday night, Raw had a total average of 1,628,000. Therefore, the difference was 342,500 meaning a win for 'Yes'.
Both 'Yes' and 'No' selections were at 17/20. The eventual winner was lowered into 3/4 by 2:30PM BST the following day.