On the night after Elimination Chamber, Raw viewership is down.
Even with Brock Lesnar advertised for Raw, the viewership was lower than last week's gauntlet match. According to ShowBuzzDaily, the first hour averaged 3.2 million viewers when it had 3.5 million last week then the second hour was still down 100,000 viewers compared to last week. The third hour was actually slightly higher this week with an averaged of 2.8 million viewers. Lesnar ended up not appearing on the show.
Hour 1: 3,249,000 viewers with 1.1 million in the 18-49 year old demographic.
Hour 2: 3,407,000 viewers with 1 million in the 18-49 year old demographic.
Hour 3: 2,884,000 views with 1 million in the 18-49 year old demographic.
All three hours performed better than any other cable network original show on Monday with no other show averaging more than 2 million viewers.
On YouTube, three videos received more than a million views. The promo from John Cena about going to Smackdown has had 1.7 million views, Roman Reigns calling Lesnar an entitled piece of crap has 1.2 million views and Ronda Rousey's segment has 1.6 million views.