WWE Raw Viewership Draws Another Good Number As Triple H Momentum Continues

WWE Raw Viewership Draws Another Good Number As Triple H Momentum Continues WWE

The viewership figures for last night’s WWE Raw (August 15) have been revealed and the momentum for the Triple H led staple continues with impressive numbers.

According to ShowBuzz Daily, WWE Raw drew in a total of 1,978,000 viewers which included a steady number for the all-important-to-advertisers target demographic of people aged 18-49 years old.

In that 18-49 demographic, this Monday’s show drew a 0.53 rating – a slight dip from the previous week’s (August 8) 0.54 rating.

For comparison, the August 1 episode achieved a 0.61 rating with the week before that (July 25) performing a 0.50.

It seems the buzz from the Triple H era of creative beginning has yet to wear off with another notable achievement, as WWE Raw bested the series finale of the AMC series, Better Call Saul, head to head on cable.

This week’s edition of WWE Raw included Damian Priest revealing a stipulation for his match next week against Edge, and another team advancing in the Women’s Tag Team Tournament.

Also featured was a fiery promo and subsequent match between Drew McIntyre and Kevin Owens as well as Bobby Lashley and AJ Styles facing off for the first time one on one.

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1 year ago by Amanda Savage



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