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WWE Raw ratings for Nov. 21 Survivor Series fallout show average 4.72 million viewers

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The ratings are in for last night's (Nov. 21) episode of WWE Raw Supershow, which took place at the Giant Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania, and featured all the fallout from Survivor Series.

PWTorch brings the heat:

WWE Raw on Monday, November 21 following Survivor Series scored a 3.24 rating, nearly identical to a 3.25 rating for all three hours last week for The Rock's WWE TV return.

Raw was down 3.9 percent compared to last week's standard two hours, which scored a 3.37 rating.

Raw averaged 4.72 million viewers, which is also nearly identical to last week's average for all three hours. Looking at the two standard hours side-by-side, Monday's Raw was down 200,000 viewers (4.6 percent) from an average of 4.95 million viewers.

This is good news in the sense that the numbers have remained steady but there is little reason to think they're on the upswing based on what we witnessed last night. R-Truth was written off TV for his suspension and The Miz is apparently in line for a big singles push to the main event scene, which I assume means he's about to feud with John Cena again while CM Punk and Alberto Del Rio settle their differences and Triple H and Kevin Nash settle theirs.

The Rock coming back hasn't exactly given WWE the big bump in ratings they were hoping for but he's helped weather the storm of dealing with competition from Monday Night Football on ESPN.

To check out all the results and a running live blog for Monday's show click here. For reactions to all the goings on click here.

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