WWE Raw viewership falls with major competition and no John Cena.
The demo number was way up at the show posted a 0.49 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic, down from last week's number of a 0.57 rating in the same demographic. The show was up against the Olympics which were by more than 13 million viewers on average, according to preliminary ratings on SpoilerTV
Viewer counts in thousands for this week's episode with difference versus the median of the last four weeks in parentheses:
P2+: 1814 (+14%)
P18-49: 635 (+16%)
M18-49: 432 (+27%)
F18-49: 203 (-4%)
P18-34: 215 (+5%)
M18-34: 140 (+22%)
F18-34: 75 (-12%)
P35-49: 419 (+15%)
M35-49: 292 (+25%)
F35-49: 127 (-2%)
non-P18-49: 1179 (+13%)
This week's episode of Monday Night Raw built upon the foundation from last week and would see Bobby Lashley trying to stir the pot and mock Goldberg. Nikki A.S.H. would lose to Charlotte Flair in the main event. The two are now scheduled for a rematch next week.
Top 5 Most Viewed WWE Raw (7/26) Videos on YouTube
- Reginald vs. R-Truth – 24/7 Championship Match (783,000 views)
- Nikki A.S.H. vs. Charlotte Flair (566,000 views)
- Drew McIntyre vs. Veer (437,000 views)
- Charlotte Flair gets a one-on-one match with Nikki A.S.H. (339,000 views)
- Keith Lee vs. Karrion Kross (316,000 views)
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