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WWE Raw ratings (Sept. 29, 2014): Back over 4 million viewers for Dean Ambrose led show

You can look now, Seth, the ratings for this segment were good!
You can look now, Seth, the ratings for this segment were good!

Last night's episode of Monday Night Raw emanated from the Allstate Arena in Chicago, Illinois and was, for all intents and purposes, the Dean Ambrose Show. He's in the midst of a strong push as the number two babyface in the company thanks to an injury suffered by Roman Reigns and WWE is giving him the ball to see how far he can run with it, at least in the short term.

So far so good.

For the first time since the NFL kicked off its Monday Night Football schedule, Raw averaged over 4 million viewers (4.04, to be exact). That's up from 3.87 million last week.

Even better, the hourly breakdown shows where the interest was, and it was paid off in the Ambrose chase for the Money in the Bank briefcase:

Hour one: 4.01 million
Hour two: 4.22 million
Hour three: 3.88 million

Raw is Ambrose, folks.

For complete results and the live blog from Raw click here. For a full recap with reactions click here. To watch the show click here.

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