WWE Monday Night Raw Audience Remains Under 4 Million Viewers

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This week's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw did an average viewing audience of 3,956,000 viewers on the USA Network. Below is the hour by hour breakdown:

  1. Hour one - 3,720,000 viewers
  2. Hour two - 4,135,000 viewers
  3. Hour three - 4,012,000 viewers

The show ended up with a 2.89 cable rating.

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  1. BIG M 2 July, 2013 at 19:51 Reply

    What was the advrege rating of Raw when WWE wasn’t PG it was higher than 2. somthing right surely that’s proof that PG has to go Cena has to turn heel and they need to unify the WHC and WWE titles for goodness sake wrestling is dying NJPW and ROH can only do so much to keep it alive if VKM and HHH care about this industry they will give up this kidd friendly crap.

    • RobUK 2 July, 2013 at 21:34 Reply

      Stop with the ‘PG must go’ already. Wrestling had more viewers in the past because there were bigger stars, more competition and no DVR or Sky Plus or fast Internet. Lots of people rarely watch things live anymore.

      • BIG M 2 July, 2013 at 22:43 Reply

        I have a DVR and and the NET and I still watch some things live and since their are still big stars in WWE EG Jericho Orton and soon RVD I think that makes your argument null and void.

        • Smart Mark 3 July, 2013 at 01:18 Reply

          I think that even if they get rid of the PG rating, people still won’t be satisfied. They’ll just find something new to pick at.

        • Matt 3 July, 2013 at 11:38 Reply

          You’re an idiot. Jericho is only part time, RVD obviously drew huge in TNA, hence the huge ratings, and Randy Orton is as PG as Cena. And I’m pretty sure you line them guys up against Shawn Michaels, Steve Austin, The Rock and Undertaker you’re argument is pretty damn null and void. You must be about 14 with little idea about what came before Cena.

        • RobUK 4 July, 2013 at 07:30 Reply

          Did you just call RVD a big star? And Orton who hasn’t held a title for 2 years and who has been nothing more than upper mid card during that time? Oh and yes Jericho… The part time guy who tries to put over these new ‘stars’ each week but they still fail even with his rub. Yes my argument is null and void indeed.

    • Kris Mystery 3 July, 2013 at 01:48 Reply

      The product is nowhere near as good as it once was and there is far more choice of programs to watch on TV now than there was in the past. That’s not to suggest that PG isn’t hurting their rating… but i think the impact it has is far smaller than many other factors.

    • Xavier 3 July, 2013 at 12:41 Reply

      TNA is TV14 and their ratings are less then a 1 most weeks so that whole “PG has to go” argument holds no weight. How did TV14 work out for ECW back in the day, oh that’s right they went out of business.

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