RAW Rating Dips Below 3.0: Lowest Rating Of The New 3-Hour Era
The ratings are in for Monday’s 3-hour WWE RAW and it’s not good news for WWE.
Monday’s RAW drew a 2.84 rating for the 3-hours and a 2.93 for the final two hours, RAW’s old timeslot. 2.84 is the lowest rating RAW has done since expanding to 3-hours on a weekly basis last month.
The show averaged 4,134,000 viewers, also a new low for the 3-hour era. The first hour dipped below 4 million viewers (for the first time since RAW 1,000), with 3,795,000 viewers. Hour two had 4,252,000 viewers while hour three did 4,354,000.