WWE Raw Viewership Down For Fastlane Go-Home Show

2 years ago by Tempest

WWE Raw Viewership Down For Fastlane Go-Home Show

Last night’s episode of WWE Raw continued the build toward their Fastlane pay per view. Now, a day later, the viewership for the show has been revealed.

Showbuzz Daily is reporting that this week’s episode of Raw garnered an average of 1.843 million viewers. This is down from last week’s average of 1.89 million viewers. They also reported that the key 18-49 male demographic started at 0.66 before climbing to 0.72 for the second hour and again to 0.74 for the final hour.

The show featured a title change as the New Day defeated Shelton Benjamin and Cedric Alexander to win the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship. This marked the New Day’s 11th reign as tag champions. Their opponents for WrestleMania were also revealed as AJ Styles and Omos will challenge them for the titles.

Drew McIntyre was also announced as Bobby Lashley’s challenger for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania. McIntyre defeated The Miz on Raw while Bobby Lashley took down Sheamus in the main event.

This was the final episode of Raw before Fastlane which is set to air this Sunday, March 21, 2021.

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