Viewership For Monday’s Christmas Eve Raw Declines, WWE Highlights Mick Foley, Zack Ryder Appearing In New York

– According to, Monday’s Christmas Eve episode of Raw averaged 3.167 million viewers over the course of two hours, down from 4.23 million the week before for a show that drew a 2.9 cable rating.

Here’s the hourly breakdown, which saw viewership drop again during the third and final hour.

Hour one: 2.94 million viewers
Hour two: 3.271 million viewers
Hour three: 3.219 million viewers

– Today’s episode of WWE Vintage Collection on The Score was a Mick Foley-themed show highlighting the Hardcore Legend’s legendary career. The following matches aired on the program: Cactus Jack vs. Kevin Sullivan (WCW Fall Brawl 1994), Mankind vs. Bob Holly (His WWF debut on WWF Monday Night Raw – April 1, 1996), Mankind vs. Hunter Hearst Helmsley (WWF Summerslam 1997), Mick Foley vs. Terry Funk (WWF Raw is War – May 4th, 1998), Mankind vs. Carlito (WWE Taboo Tuesday 2005).

– Tomorrow beginning at 3:00 p.m., Zack Ryder appears at FYE 3601 Hempstead Turnpike, Levittown, New York, as he signs autograph for the first 400 fans. Call 516-579-5300 for more information.

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  • Nelson Carvalho

    well raw this week declined viewers. well thats no surprise. i think that disney has shows that was more edgier than raw this week.
    i mean this christmas pg thing sucked.and wwe thinks that only kids watch wwe so they can be worried about a santa being hit by a car.

    • William M Hughes

      So what if WWE did a show for the kids hell dont get me wrong the PG crap sucks but one show just for kids isnt that bad! I’m hopeing things will change I grew up with the attitude era but I dont need it to watch wrestling! Atleast I still have ROH and NJPW..

      • Nelson Carvalho

        i understand you my friend.
        but when it comes to wrestlers that you like to see in wwe and watching that crap on raw makes you feel, at least makes me feel, wwe doesnt take things seriously.if they want so badly making raw a spongebob fight then they make a show only for kids and then make raw a grown up wrestling show. kids watched WWF with all of those blood burning tables etc and it didnt killed or traumatized children just because they watched it.they actually loved it.its been 12 years since i started watching wrestling and the difference is huge now. but still i understand your point :)

  • Really?91

    It shows like this that give my fast forward button some good exercise.