This Week’s WWE Raw Go-Home Show Draws Lowest Viewership in Company History
This week’s go-home edition of WWE Raw drew an astonishingly low 2.47 million viewers, down a little over 11% from last week’s show. In terms of cable television ratings, it was the lowest watched episode of Monday Night Raw in the 25-year history of the show.
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The first hour of Raw featuring a pull-apart between Roman Reigns and Bobby Lashley, and a women’s tag team match drew highest number of the night with an estimated 2.58 million viewers. Despite it being the best hour of the show, it was still lower than any other Raw segment in the last month.
The second hour dropped about 3% for an in-ring segment between Seth Rollins, Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre, a singles match between Curtis Axel and Matt Hardy, and several backstage segments. The third and final hour dipped another 7.6% to just 2.32 million viewers for Seth Rollins vs. Drew McIntyre in the main event, as well as a tag team match with Baron Corbin and Elias defeating Finn Balor and Bobby Roode.