WWE Raw 7/9 Viewership Lowest In History

The Go-Home show did not bring in the viewers like last week.

After Raw last week, the reported viewership was between 2.8 million and 2.6 million average viewers. According to ShowBuzz Daily, each hour dropped significantly and the first hour received the highest number of average viewers with under 2.6 million. These numbers are the lowest Raw has received in history.

Hour 1: 2,582,000 viewers with .80 in the 18-49 year old demographic.

Hour 2: 2,508,000 viewers with .79 in the 18-49 year old demographic.

Hour 3: 2,320,000 viewers with .75 in the 18-49 year old demographic

Teen Mom II and Love and Hip Hop in Atlanta 7 beat some of the hours of Raw when it came to important demographics.

On YouTube, only one video had over one million views which was the brawl between Roman Reigns and Bobby Lashley as they were being separated by fellow wrestlers. It has nearly almost 2 million views since Monday night which more than doubles the second most viewed video. Drew McIntyre and Seth Rollins' match was the only other video to pass up 500,000 views among the other videos. That match received 772,000 views.

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