WWE SmackDown Viewership & Demo Rating Drop For June 7 Episode

WWE SmackDown Viewership & Demo Rating Drop For June 7 Episode WWE

The viewership figure and demo rating for Friday’s (June 7) edition of WWE SmackDown on Fox has been revealed.

Per Wrestlenomics (via Programming Insider), SmackDown drew 2.207 million viewers. This is down from the May 31 edition that drew 2.310 million viewers.

In the 18-49 demographic, Friday’s show scored 0.61 rating. This is down from the week prior that scored 0.65 rating.

The show featured Paul Heyman announcing that Solo Sikoa is officially “The Head of the Table” until Roman Reigns returns before anointing Tama Tonga “The Right Hand Man” and making “The Infamous” Tonga Loa officially part of The Bloodline.

Solo, Tama and Tonga went on to lose to Kevin Owens and The Street Profits in a six-man tag team main event after Sikoa introduced a steel chair. The show ended with The Bloodline standing tall after putting KO through the commentary table.

Meanwhile, Cody Rhodes challenged AJ Styles to an I Quit Match for the Undisputed WWE Championship at WWE Clash At The Castle on Saturday, June 15.

For the full lineup for the premium live event, click here.

For more information about SmackDown ratings, check out WrestleTalk’s SmackDown ratings tracker.

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2 weeks ago by SP3



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