WWE RAW Viewership Hits All-Time Low Going Into Super Show-Down

Monday’s edition of WWE RAW from Seattle averaged 2.302 million viewers, down from 2.350 million the previous week. As a result, this marked the lowest viewed episode of the flagship show of the company.

Just last week, the show pulled in 2.35 million viewers, which beat out the previously lowest episode on July 9th with 2.46 million viewers. The episode was the go-home show for Saturday’s Super Show-Down. Here is the hourly viewership breakdown, courtesy of ShowbuzzDaily:

  • Hour 1: 2,500 million viewers
  • Hour 2: 2,325 million viewers
  • Hour 3: 2,081 million viewers

RAW had some notable moments including all members of The Shield being in action as Roman Reigns battled Dolph Ziggler, Dean Ambrose vs. Braun Strowman, and Seth Rollins vs. Drew McIntyre. WWE RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey was in action action as well.

WWE also hyped the appearance of WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels where he cut a promo in the final segment about the singles match that will see Triple H battle The Undertaker at WWE Super Show-Down where Kane will be the in the corner of “The Deadman” while “HBK” would be in the corner of “The Game.” The end of this segment saw Taker and Kane beatdown Michaels and Triple H. In case you missed the show, you can check out the results here.

Despite WWE putting some together some intriguing segments for the show, this episode faced some heavy competition. The show had to go up against ESPN which was averaging 13.2 million viewers for the Denver Broncos vs. Kansas City Chiefs game as well as Big Bang Theory on CBS in hour one.

WWE will attempt to rebound next week and historically, will get a boost due to the fallout from the Super Show-Down pay-per-view event. But, it will be interesting to see if there is a jump in viewership with this trend of lowest viewership in history happening back to back weeks.

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