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Raw Loses Viewers Again During Second Hour, Matches Taped For WWE NXT

— The October 31 episode of the Raw SuperShow garnered a 3.1 cable rating, down two-tenths from 3.31 the week before. Overall viewership was also down, from 4.71 million viewers to 4.49.

For the second consecutive week, Raw’s rating declined during the second hour, from 3.21 to 3.00. Overall viewership decreased by 236,000. The first hour of last week’s show averaged 4.93 million viewers before declining to 4.50 in the second.

— Matches taped tonight in Greenville, South Carolina for this week’s episode of WWE NXT were: Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso vs. Johnny Curtis and Tyson Kidd; Kaitlyn vs. Tamina; A.J, Percy Watson and Titus O’Neil vs. Derrick Bateman, JTG and Maxine.

— The October 29 episode of A.M. Raw scored a 0.69 cable rating with 792,000 viewers.


  • venom

    When are they going to finally start a new season in NXT.

  • scsa852k

    It all depends on MNF during football season.
    The game sucked last week, Raw ratings went up.
    The game was good this week, Raw ratings went down.

  • stockshark28

    Oh no WWE is going out of business isnt that what happens when ratings drop !!! OH NO! Oh lord more like it!

  • poko

    The WWE has lost so much momentum. The conspiracy angle has lost its edge, Del Rio is pretty boring as the champion, and CM Punk has been somewhat tame. I have no idea where they are going right now. It seems as random as having Cena feud with Miz and R-Truth at the same time. Hell, they even ensured that Del Rio won’t be taken seriously by having him lose clean in a non-title match. What the heck was that?

    Oh, and MNF was sloppy but exciting. I admit that I was one of those who bailed on RAW to watch football.

  • RPM

    people are tuning in purely to see what happens with the start of the show because it’s been full of drama lately then tuning out when cena is on since he is always on at the end.

  • Starship Pain

    Maybe Cena and the Muppets knows the answer to the loss of viewers