Most viewed WWE videos from Raw and SmackDown (June 11 - 12, 2018)

The last week of television before Money In The Bank, where both shows started with people arguing at length, but on Raw they did it on top of ladders. They're special. Here's what the online official WWE communities of YouTube and Facebook responded to the most from this week's television.


1 Ronda Rousey armbars Nia Jax (Raw) 2.4m views as of ~4pm ET June 12
2 Money In The Bank competitors argue (Raw) 1.17m
3 Braun Strowman vs Finn Balor vs Bobby Roode vs Kevin Owens (Raw) 1.11m
4 Roman Reigns vs Sunil Singh (Raw) 846k
5 Seth Rollins destroys Elias' custom guitar (Raw) 807k
6 Bobby Lashley is challenged by Sami Zayn's obstacle course (Raw) 766k
7 Ten-woman tag match (SmackDown) 712k views as of ~4pm ET June 13
8 Rusev vs Samoa Joe (SmackDown) 654k
9 Shinsuke Nakamura vs Jeff Hardy (SmackDown) 624k
10 Women's Money In The Bank Summit (SmackDown) 611k
11 Sasha Banks vs Natalya vs Ember Moon vs Alexa Bliss (Raw) 564k
12 Daniel Bryan vs Shelton Benjamin (SmackDown) 517k
13 Asuka and the Miz confront Paige (SmackDown) 369k
14 Drew McIntyre & Dolph Ziggler vs Breezango (Raw) 283k
15 Bayley vs Ruby Riott (Raw) 262k
16 B-Team vs Heath Slater & Rhyno (Raw) 192k
17 No Way Jose vs Curt Hawkins (Raw) 184k
18 AJ Styles' Jerry Lawler interview (SmackDown) 153k
19 Mustafa Ali vs Tony Nese (205 Live) 100k
20 Big Cass promo (SmackDown) 73k


1 Rousey armbars Jax (Raw) 1.7m
2 Jinder Mahal attacks Reigns (Raw) 1.3m (higher on number of shares)
3 Zayn attacks Lashley (Raw) 1.3m
4 Owens frogsplashes Strowman (Raw) 1m
5 Money In The Bank showdown (Raw) 768k
6 The New Day prank The Miz with pancakes (SmackDown) 718k
7 Women's four-way (Raw) 625k
8 Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, Naomi and Lana stare down Asuka (SmackDown) 577k
9 Women's Money In The Bank Summit (SmackDown) 575k
10 Rollins destroys Elias' guitar (Raw) 547k
11 Nakamura vs Jeff Hardy (SmackDown) 466k
12 Hawkins surprises Jose (Raw) 457k
13 Cedric Alexander and Buddy Murphy brawl (205 Live) 332k
14 Bayley vs Riott (Raw) 263k
15 Bryan vs Benjamin (SmackDown) 262k
16 Ten-woman tag match (SmackDown) 255k
17 Mustafa Ali vs Tony Nese (205 Live) 225k
18 Lucha House Party vs Drew Gulak, Brian Kendrick & Jack Gallagher (205 Live) 220k
19 Akira Tozawa vs Steve Irby (205 Live) 208k
20 Ziggler & McIntyre vs Breezango (Raw) 183k

- Well, so much for "this feud isn't delivering". All it took - and who could possibly have seen this coming - was Rousey getting active and coming out on top of a physical confrontation, and people are reacting to that so much that it's already past four million on YouTube.

- Otherwise the prospect of Money In The Bank itself is good enough as a draw with both the opening segments overachieving what they might have done. The debate over the last few weeks about Reigns and Rollins shows more signs of coming down on the former's side, especially as come Wednesday Reigns-Singh has opened the gap by another 100k or so...

- ...but both of those have been overtaken into fourth place already by the Lashley obstacle course! Maybe people have really fond memories of NXT season one. This angle, once LOLTRANSVESTITISM was out of the way, had been declining badly in the view counts but military netting equals money, apparently. Meanwhile the Fatal 4-Way has not only passed that opening promo for views, it's more than 140k clear (1.58m to 1.44m)

- A really bad week for SmackDown with none of the 'dream matches' hitting as much as an especially meaningless over(wo)manned tag match. Although Shelton hasn't done well since his return the performance of Bryan's match is particularly bad, and with Cass' promos still bottoming out - it was the least watched segment on Facebook - it really doesn't feel like people appreciate this seeming dead end being Daniel's direction right after his return. Meanwhile, long-term readers will appreciate the irony of how out of all the matches on SmackDown the one that earned the most YouTube views was Samoa Joe vs Rusev. Maybe it was the pancakes.

- Two very interesting view counts that didn't qualify for this rundown - the YouTube exclusive clip of Baron Corbin having his head shaved before Raw was on 471k, and the WWE NOW video advertising the New Day vs the Elite event was just under the six figure mark within six hours, overtaking not just Cass but every Fallout video and the rest of 205 Live. Now who's the big draw?

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