Ratings For September 6th RAW

The viewership for the September 6th episode of Monday Night RAW are in. On average, 1.849 million people tuned in to see the latest edition of WWE’s flagship show. The numbers have been obtained from Brandon Thurston at Wrestlenomics. The ratings have been slightly delayed due to the Labor Day holidays in the USA on September 6th.

WWE has seen a slight drop from the previous week. The August 30th RAW was watched by 1.907 million viewers. However, it should be noted that holiday editions of WWE programming traditionally perform slightly lower ratings than average.

In regards to key demographic rating, RAW drew a 0.52 rating, which equals 670,000 viewers aged between 18 and 49 years old. This is also a slight drop from the previous week’s rating of 0.54

The Labor Day RAW mainly focused on building towards the Extreme Rules pay per view, with multiple matches made official for the event. There was also a tag team gauntlet match to determine the next challengers for RK-Bro. This match took up the majority of the show and ended with WWE Champion Bobby Lashley and MVP being next in line to challenge Randy Orton and Riddle.

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