The ratings are in for WWE Raw Supershow last night (Oct. 17), which took place in Mexico City and the numbers are down from last weeks horrific show.
WWE Raw on Monday, October 17 scored a 3.10 rating, down from a 3.25 rating for last week's follow-up to the "walk-out" angle.
The taped episode averaged 4.48 million viewers, down ten percent compared to last week. Raw averaged one million fewer viewers in the first hour compared to last week's first hour (4.32 million viewers this week vs. 5.38 million viewers last week).
This week's second hour - featuring Jim Ross & John Cena vs. Del Rio & Michael Cole - increased to an average of 4.64 million viewers, which was even with last week's average of 4.68 million viewers in the second hour following the big decline from Hour 1 to Hour 2.
While the numbers are down from last week's show, it's not all doom-and-gloom. Ratings are still fairly high for the fall season and Raw is holding up very well against significant competition like Monday Night Football.
Last night's episode, which was the go-home show to Vengeance this Sun., Oct. 23 in San Antonio, wasn't anything to write home about but was much better than last week's debacle.
For all the results and a rrunning live blog from Raw click here and for complete reactions from the show click here.