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Monday Night Raw draws worst rating in history

Monday Night Raw had quite a bit of competition last night. Between The Voice, Dancing with the Stars, and debuting shows like Manifest and Magnum P.I., not to mention Monday Night Football, the WWE had a tough night.

Now it’s been revealed that the company’s flagship show drew its worst rating in its entire history on September 24. Raw reportedly averaged 2.35 million viewers over their three-hour time slot.

Hour 1- 2.49 million

Hour 2- 2.28 million

Hour 3- 2.28 million

Compared to the post Hell in a Cell episode, Raw’s viewership dropped by about 300,000. This brings Raw’s average rating this month to 2.63 million. WWE’s ratings continue to falter, as they have since May. Since WrestleMania season has ended, the company has struggled to break the 3 million mark.


  • Nicholas Giambattista

    There nothing wrong with the WWE it just internet people yourself wants to think so. If it so bad why was NBC and Fox fighting so hard to have Raw and Smackdown on there network. Heck Fox gave them 1 Billion that tells me WWE is doing well.

  • Keith Learmonth

    Ratings don’t matter. Raw was still the #1 entertainment show on cable for the night. #8 overall, behind several news/talk shows.

  • Keith Learmonth

    And yet, if you look at Nielsen’s website, you’ll find that Raw was still the #1 entertainment based program on cable.

    Ratings mean almost nothing in 2018

  • Whistling Joe

    There is ALOT wrong with WWE right now. If the show is so great, you DVR everything else and watch Raw live. No one wants to see Reigns on top. No one wants to see Chad Gable vs the Ascension for the third straight week, he should be on to someone new. No one wants to see Baron Corbin, the self proclaimed Lone Wolf, as a corporate stooge. No one wants to see Braun as a heel. No one wants to see smiley “I’m here to kill the Batman” Finn Balor. No one EVER wants to see Jinder. No one wants to see Lashley, unfortunately. No one wants to see Nia. No one wants to see the Authors of Pain, I mean AOP, I mean Authors of Pain, I mean AOP. Outside of the Revival vs Drew and Ziggler match, this show was a total failure that was totally skipable. Yea, they planted the seeds for Dean to turn, but when you know he isn’t going to turn tonight and the rest of the show is this bad, why watch?

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    There is nothing wrong with the WWE and Raw the thing the internet miss is not everybody has to watch Raw or Smackdown on Monday or Tuesday night anymore. I watch it on Hulu anytime I want that is what has been happening.

  • Sparti Love

    I don’t understand how ratings can be all-time low when the WWE is “listening to what the fans wants”