RAW Viewership Up From Last Week, But Has A Huge Drop In Hour Three

Yesterday's edition of Monday Night RAW, the fallout episode from No Mercy pay-per-view, drew 2.923 million viewers, according to ShowBuzz Daily. This is up about 3% from the 2.833 million viewers that watched last week's go-home edition. This week's show featured The Miz vs Roman Reigns, Braun Strowman vs Dean Ambrose, and a main event segment that saw new Cruiserweight Champion Enzo Amore run afoul of Neville and the rest of the 205 Live roster, then receive his comeuppance. Neither John Cena nor Brock Lesnar made an appearance last night.

The first hour drew 3.121 million viewers, the second hour dipped slightly to 3.081 million and the final hour nose-dived all the way down to 2.568 million viewers, which represents an 18% drop from the first hour.

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RAW came in at #4 in viewership on cable, behind the NFL on ESPN, SportsCenter and Hannity. RAW was also #4 in the 18-49 demographic this week, behind the NFL, SportsCenter and Love & Hip-Hop.

Monday Night Football featured the Dallas Cowboys, one of the most popular teams in the league.

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