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WWE Raw ratings down for Extreme Rules fallout show

Last night's (May 5, 2014) episode of Monday Night Raw from Albany, New York, featured the fallout show from the Extreme Rules "special event" this past Sunday night and while that would usually mean added interest following a major show, that doesn't seem to be the case here.

The ratings dropped down from the 4.61 million average for last week's go home show down to 4.27 million viewers for all three hours.

The hourly breakdown:

Hour one: 3.96 million
Hour two: 4.41 million
Hour three: 4.45 million

What's interesting here is the number was low for the first hour, which would at the very least seem to indicate a lack of interest coming out of the Extreme Rules "special event". In fact, this was the lowest rated first hour of the year, the first time it dipped below an average of four million viewers.

If nothing else, the numbers recovered later, even against strong competition from the NBA Playoffs.

For complete results and the live blog from Raw click here. For a full recap with reactions click here. For a complete playlist from the show click here. And if you want to listen to the Cageside Live podcast breaking down the show click here.

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