While last night's episode of Monday Night Raw in Atlanta, Georgia was one of the better shows WWE has delivered this year (at least in this writer's humble opinion), the promotion's flagship program has been mired in a ratings slump. That slump continued this week.
Indeed, this week's show drew 3.53 million viewers for all three hours, down from last week's 3.64 million. Considering this was the go home show to the Battleground pay-per-view this weekend, this will surely cause further head shaking in Stamford.
The good news, at least, is the hourly breakdown showed growth all throughout the evening:
Hour one: 3.43 million
Hour two: 3.51 million
Hour three: 3.64 million
It's been a month now since Raw drew over 4 million viewers for a single show and it's only happened twice since the night after WrestleMania 31. Put simply, fans just aren't as interested in the product.