This Week’s WWE Raw Viewership Down Big, Hits New Low For 2018

This week’s edition of WWE Raw, which featured fallout from the highly criticized WWE Backlash PPV, also saw the start of WWE’s build to the Money in the Bank PPV in June.

Prior to WWE Raw this week, two big Triple Threat Money in the Bank qualifying matches were announced, which saw Ember Moon and Finn Balor emerge victorious to enter their respective ladder matches at next month’s PPV.

Other matches on WWE Raw this week saw Braun Strowman defeat Kevin Owens to advance to Money in the Bank, and Seth Rollins defended the IC Title against Mojo Rawley.

According to ShowBuzz Daily, this week’s WWE Raw viewership averaged 2.689 million, which is down from last week’s 3.066 million viewership average.

Below is the hourly breakdown for this week’s WWE Raw viewership:

-The first hour averaged 2.788 million viewers
-The second hour averaged 2.731 million viewers
-The third hour averaged 2.549 million viewers

This week’s WWE Raw ranked #5 in overall cable TV viewership for the night.

Below are several highlight videos from this week’s WWE Raw:

Three of Team Red’s elite Superstars vie to enter the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match in an edge-of-your-seat red brand main event.

The aggressive Mojo Rawley answers The Kingslayer’s open challenge on Raw.

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The Monster Among Men takes on KO for the right to enter the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match.

The Boss, The Shenom and the leader of The Riott Squad slug it out for the right to compete in the Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match.

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ShowBuzz Daily