WWE RAW Viewership Suffers Predictably Huge Drop From Last Week

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This week's edition of Monday Night Raw, which was headlined by John Cena defeating Finn Balor to qualify for the Elimination Chamber match, garnered about 3,395,000 viewers, which is a drop of about 25% from last week's numbers. This was to be expected and at the very least, the viewership remained over 3 million.

This is how the show did each hour:

Hour one - 3,662,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,461,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,061,000 viewers
Average - 3,395,000 viewers

2018 WWE RAW Viewership Archive:

January 1, 2018
Hour one - 2,969,000 viewers
Hour two - 2,912,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,714,000 viewers
Average - 2,865,000 viewers

January 8, 2018
Hour one - 2,993,000 viewers
Hour two - 2,784,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,502,000 viewers
Average - 2,766,000 viewers

January 15, 2018
Hour one - 3,573,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,363,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,814,000 viewers
Average - 3,250,000 viewers

January 22, 2018 (RAW 25)
Hour one - 4,803,000 viewers
Hour two - 4,641,000 viewers
Hour three - 4,147,000 viewers
Average - 4,530,000 viewers

January 29, 2018
Hour one - 3,662,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,461,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,061,000 viewers
Average - 3,395,000 viewers

2017 WWE RAW Viewership Archive

2016 WWE Raw Viewership Archive

2015 WWE Raw Viewership Archive

Expanded WWE Raw Viewership Archive

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