WWE Raw Rating & Viewership Dip to 2018 Low


The first hour of Raw averaged 2.788 million viewers. It's also a sign that people were not happy after watching Backlash and a lot of people did not care enough to watch Raw to see the follow-up.

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Other matches on WWE Raw this week saw Braun Strowman defeat Kevin Owens to advance to Money in the Bank, and Seth Rollins defended the IC Title against Mojo Rawley.

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This is down from the 3,066,000 viewers the show did last week. The final hour of the show averaged 2.549 million viewers. They came in 5th in the 18-45 demographic, after the National Basketball Association playoffs which recorded 9 million Viewers across both airings and Love and Hip-Hop: Atlanta. WWE will look to work on increasing their viewership again, heading into the Money in the Bank pay-per-view.

Hour 3: 2,548,000 viewers with 880 thousand in the 18-49 year old demographic.