More on Last Night’s RAW and iMPACT Ratings

– As noted before, this week’s WWE RAW with Steve Austin scored a 3.7 rating with around 5.60 million viewers. The first hour drew a 3.68 rating and the second hour drew a 3.73. RAW was up 8.2% in ratings this week compared to last week and viewership was up 10%.



The first hour of RAW drew 5.57 million viewers, the most first-hour viewers since the August 24th, 2009 RAW – the night after SummerSlam. The second hour went to 5.63 million viewers, the most since January 4th, 2010.

iMPACT’s first hour last night averaged an 0.88 and the second hour did an 0.80 rating. The iMPACT rating this week was down 15% from last week and viewership was down 21.4% from last week.

Just like last week, iMPACT followed the pattern of starting with a high number that dropped throughout the show, including the AJ Styles vs. Jeff Hardy main event. iMPACT opened with an 0.84 quarter-hour segment but bottomed-out with an 0.72 rating for the final 15 minutes of the show. The over-run for the end of the main event slightly increased to an 0.74.

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