WWE RAW Maintains Monday Night Cable Dominance Despite Dropping To Lowest Numbers In 5 Weeks

This week’s episode of WWE RAW was watched by an average of 2,695,000 viewers this Monday night, the lowest number over the past five weeks.

RAW kicked off with 2,810,000 for the first hour featuring the return of Universal Champion Brock Lesnar, Seth Rollins attacking Drew McIntyre with a steel chair, and a tag team match between Bobby Lashley, Lio Rush and Finn Balor and Braun Strowman.

The second hour dropped slightly to 2,717,000 for Kurt Angle vs. Chad Gable and the announcement of his WrestleMania opponent, Ricochet vs. Jinder Mahal, and a segment with Natalya and Beth Phoenix. The third and final hour dropped again to 2,559,000.

So, while RAW was the least watched episode in five weeks and returned to its trend of dropping each hour from start to finish, the good news is the show only lost 5.8% all night. The other piece of good news is that despite the relatively lowered numbers, RAW still took the top three positions on cable television Monday night, beating out VH1’s Love & Hip Hop, and both NBA games on ESPN.

2019 WWE Raw Viewership

Jan. 7  –  2,326,000
Jan. 14  –  2,722,000
Jan. 21  – 2,462,000
Jan. 28  –  2,703,000
Feb. 4 — 2,510,000
Feb. 11 — 2,462,000
Feb. 18 — 2,771,000
Feb. 26 — 2,922,000
March 4 — 2,783,000
March 11 — 2,819,000
March 18 — 2,695,000

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