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People just aren’t watching Raw like they used to

This week’s episode of Monday Night Raw drew just 2.63 million viewers. This despite the fact that it was the go home episode to WrestleMania 35. That’s in line with what viewership typically looks like in 2019 but it’s quite the change from even just this time last year.

From mid-January through WrestleMania in 2018, Raw was doing over 3 million viewers a week. Last year’s go home episode did 3.35 million. The year before, the show did 3.29 million, and the year before that it did 3.76 million.

The hourly breakdown for this week’s episode shows a decrease all throughout the night.

Hour one: 2.78 million
Hour two: 2.75 million
Hour three: 2.37 million

That’ll happen when the main event features Baron Corbin.

We can be reasonably certain viewers will be up for next week’s show, considering it will come just one night after WrestleMania 35.


Get complete Raw results and coverage of this week’s show here, with a recap here, and highlights here.

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