WWE Raw had a drop in viewership from last week to this. This week WWE Raw pulled in an average of 2.15 million viewers.
This is down from last week’s show. Last week, Raw had 2.28 million viewers on average. This equates to a 3% week-to-week drop.
Normally, WWE Raw sees a major drop from hour 1 to hour 3. However, this week Raw looks to have done a better job of hanging on to viewers from the first hour.
Although, it might actually be a bit different reason. This week hour 1 was much lower than the typical hour 1.
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The three hours were:
- 8 p.m. 2.26 million viewers
- 9 p.m. 2.20 million viewers
- 10 p.m. 2.00 million viewers
Last year, Raw did 2.19 million viewers. This was the lowest non-holiday show at the time. However, WWE has set lower marks earlier this year.
This week’s Raw featured a botched ending. It also featured a major heel turn from Seth Rollins, who wound up joining forces with AOP.
This week’s show was the go-home edition of WWE Raw for the upcoming TLC pay-per-view. WrestleTalk will have live coverage for this Sunday’s pay-per-view featuring Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch vs. The Kabuki Warriors, Asuka and Kairi Sane.