The viewership for the October 11th edition of Monday Night Raw has been published. On average, the show drew 1.582 million viewers. The numbers have been obtained by Brandon Thurston from Wrestlenomics:
Compared to the previous week, this is a big drop in ratings. The October 4th Raw obtained an average viewership of 1.856. This means that nearly 300,000 people did not watch compared to the previous week, with the drop calculating to approximately 14.76%. In regards to key demographic numbers, Raw obtained a 0.42 rating, which is also down from the October 4th rating of 0.52.
This Raw has been the lowest viewed edition of the red brand since live fans were back in attendance. It is also the lowest number since the July 5th edition of Monday Night Raw, which drew the lowest rating in the history of the show.
As reported by Show Buzz Daily, live sports were the most viewed on Monday night television, with live baseball and football taking place. In a similar trend since the new season began, Monday Night Football was once again the big winner in the ratings, with 11.3 million people watching the game.
With only one episode of Raw left before the upcoming Crown Jewel pay per view, WWE continued the build towards the event. This included progressing the King of the Ring and Queen’s Crown tournaments, with semi-finals for each contest being decided.
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