Monday Night Raw ratings drop again
On the road to Wrestlemania, WWE is doing everything it can to reinvigorate weekly shows and keep the WWE Universe hooked. However, that does not seem to be the case for Monday Night Raw. According to Brandon Thurston of WtestleNomics, Monday’s show garnered a total of 1.752 million viewers on USA Network, down from 1.825 million viewers last week.
As always, it is vitally important to know the audience of the program in the age range between 18 and 49 years. In this slot, WWE Raw fell to a 0.47 rating compared to 0.51 last week. It should be noted that the data is significant because it was the highest figure since October 4, 2021. On the other hand, this week’s data represents the lowest figure for the program on the USA Network channel since 17 from January.
Then we leave you with the Monday Night Raw audience by time slots:
- First hour: 1.738 million viewers
- Second hour: 1.836 million viewers
- Third hour: 1.685 million viewers
This week’s Monday Night Raw program featured several attractions such as the fight for the United States championship between Damian Priest and Fin Balor or the fight between the team of Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins against Alpha Academy.Similarly, AJ Styles responded to Edge’s open challenge to be his opponent at Wrestlemania, which ended with the Hall of Famer attacking the Phenomenal One. In this sense, it is believed that the absence of a world championship may have been one of the aspects that most harmed Raw this week.
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