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Not much movement in WWE Raw ratings this week

While the decline in viewership for Monday Night Raw has been steady, WWE could take solace in the fact that the numbers seem to have settled into a new norm for shows without fans in the stands at the Performance Center.

This week’s episode drew 1.74 million viewers, which was up just 9,000 from the week before. It’s obviously nowhere near the numbers the show had been drawing in years past, but it would seem this is what bottom looks like.

The hourly breakdown showed the usual:

Hour one: 1.83 million
Hour two: 1.79 million
Hour three: 1.60 million

We’re inching closer to fans in the stands, and WWE touring again, and something approaching normalcy. Maybe the numbers will see something of a turnaround then.

Get the live blog from Raw this week here, a recap of all the night’s events here, and a playlist with highlights from the show here.

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