There was good news in the ratings for WWE last night as Raw held strong against the Winter Olympics, improving slightly on last week’s number of 3.08 million viewers, which climbed to 3.10 million.
This ends a recent trend of Raw ratings dropping week after week since Raw 25. This was even more impressive considering the Winter Olympics pulled over 20 million viewers, far higher than the usual NFL competition WWE is used to battling on Monday nights.
In a change from the norm, hour two remaining almost identical to hour one, with both pulling over 3.22 million viewers. As usual hour three saw a drop off – although not as significant as usual – down to 2.84 million.
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