The ratings for the September 27th edition of Monday Night RAW have been published. On average, 1.709 million people watched the fallout from Extreme Rules for the red brand. the numbers have been published by Brandon Thurston from Wrestlenomics:
Compared to the previous week, a slight drop in viewers has been seen. The go-home show saw 1.793 million viewers watch Monday Night RAW. The change in viewers calculates to a drop of approximately 4.7%. As reported by Show Buzz Daily, last Monday saw most people watch the NFL game by a substantial margin. Nearly 13 million people tuned in to see the Dallas Cowboys take on the Philadelphia Eagles.
In regards to key demographics, the rating has held steady compared to the previous week. September 27th saw a rating of 0.48, equalling 625,000 viewers. This is only slightly down from the September 20th show, which saw a 0.49 rating obatined.
The show opened and closed with a WWE Championship match as Big E defended his title against Bobby Lashley on both occasions. The standard singles match ended in a disqualification at the start of the show, leading to a Steel Cage match in the main event.
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