Wrestling – WWE Raw: Lowest Rating In History For The 2nd Time
The descending pattern for Monday Night Raw’s evaluations proceeded, as the main Raw of October continued to lose a bigger number of viewers than it’s prior week show.
The October 1 release of Raw arrived at the midpoint of 2.3 million viewers; down 350,000 from the earlier week.
Dean Ambrose began the show discussing the pressure creating in ‘The Shield’ which prompted a match against Braun Strowman.
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— Christopher Cruise (@ChrispyCruiser) September 25, 2018
Other striking minutes from the show were Roman Reigns vs Dolph Ziggler, Seth Rollins vs Drew McIntyre, the two part harmony of Elias and Kevin Owens and the arrival of Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker and Kane.
WWE Raw concentrated intensely on the in-ring activity, during the current week’s show; nearly as a reaction to their low appraising from the earlier week.
In spite of the move in center, the show was not able break the best 5 for Monday Night Cable missing out to NFL-related programming from ESPN and Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood on VH1.
The main hour of Raw figured out how to get a greater number of viewers than the earlier week, however the viewership fell by more than 400,000 heading into the 3rd hour, which highlighted Bobby Lashley versus Kevin Owens, Bayley versus Alicia Fox and The Brothers of Destruction assaulting D-Generation X.
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Viewership more often than not bounce back after a compensation for every view, except Raw has once in a while had evaluations this low to return from when a noteworthy show is planned.
One week from now’s NFL match will highlight the Washington Redskins and the New Orleans Saints and could take a considerably greater bit of Raw’s viewership than the current week’s match did.
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