The Raw ratings are in and the news is mixed for WWE.
Raw pulled 2.783 million viewers, down from last week’s 2019 high of 2.992, which came about because of the advertised Roman Reigns return and Ric Flair’s birthday bash.
However, this week’s number is still better than the show has been performing in recent weeks, and is actually the second best rating since September and indeed of 2019 thus far.
The first hour again pulled over 3 million, just, with 3.065 tuning in, which dropped to 2.798 in the second hour and tumbled to 2.485 in the third. The drop from hour one to three was a massive 18.9%, which is higher than usual.
Although there are positives, the number is still below 2018’s average of 2.823 million and way below 2017’s 3.018 average. So while good, there is definitely room for improvement as we head into WrestleMania season.