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Nothing but bad news for WWE in Raw viewership this week

Considering the Superstar Shake-up episode of Monday Night Raw was down big in viewership, it should come as no surprise the follow up episode was down. It’s still bad news for WWE.

Indeed, this week’s show drew 2.37 million viewers, down from last week’s 2.66 million viewers. That’s a pretty steep drop!

It gets worse when you look at the hourly breakdown:

Hour one: 2.68 million
Hour two: 2.29 million
Hour three: 2.14 million

This despite the fact that WWE booked a show where they had legitimate stakes for multiple matches and promised to crown a new number one contender to the Universal championship. Then again, despite the fact that they’ve continued promising a new Raw, they’ve also continued booking Baron Corbin in main events. He got another one here, even if it was to do a job to AJ Styles.

And those are the numbers they drew.

There isn’t much reason to believe a turnaround is imminent. Now we’re just left to wonder if viewers will dip lower and lower.

Get complete Raw results and the live blog of this week’s show here, a full recap of the night here, and highlights from the show here.

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