WWE SmackDown Live Viewership Drops For Stomping Grounds Go-Home Show

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Tuesday’s edition of WWE SmackDown Live from Ontario, CA at the Citizens Business Bank Arena averaged 1.859 million viewers, which is down from 1.930 million the previous week, according to ShowbuzzDaily.

The episode was expected to increase in viewership just like Monday’s RAW. This show served as the go-home show episode of SmackDown for the Stomping Grounds pay-per-view event. The same episode last year drew 2.315 million viewers.

The show had to go up against Hannity that did 5,027 million viewers, Rachel Maddow Show with 2,473 and Tucker Carlson Tonight that drew 4,517.

Matches that took place on this show include Dolph Ziggler vs. Xavier Woods (w/Big E & Kofi Kingston), Heavy Machinery (Otis & Tucker) vs. The B-Team (Bo Dallas & Curtis Axel), Drew McIntyre & Elias (w/Shane McMahon) vs. R-Truth & The Miz in an Elimination Tag Team Match, and Kofi Kingston & Seth Rollins vs. Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn in a Best Two Out Of Three Falls Tag Team Match.

In case you missed the show, you can check out the 4 takeaways from it here. WWE will attempt to increase viewership with next week’s episode, which should be interesting to see what number it pulls in.

Watch: Top 10 Moments from Tuesday’s Smackdown Live (6.18.19)