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Raw viewership down heading into Super Showdown


This week’s episode of Monday Night Raw was the final WWE show before the big Super Showdown event on Sunday but it still saw a decline in the audience.

The episode featuring the match between Kevin Owens vs. Randy Orton in the main event drew an average of 2.210 million viewers according to ShowBuzz daily.

This is a 9.3% decline from last week’s episode of the show. It had drawn 2.437 million viewers and it was the best Raw viewership for 2020 so far.

For this week, the first hour of Raw drew 2.246 million viewers, the second hour drew 2.278 million viewers and the final hour then drew 2.106 million viewers.

In comparison, last week’s episode of the show had seen 2.671 million, 2.559 million and 2.082 million viewers in the first, second and third hours respectively.

The episode ranked #8 for the night in viewership on cable. The rating for the key demo of 18-49 for this week’s episode of the Red Branded show was 0.71.

  • Dave Humphrey

    I said Oh no not again when I saw that referee did that fast count either it was gonna be another Daniel Bryan when he beat Orton at hell In the cell or another Brad Maddox