Ratings For October 18th Raw Revealed

The viewership for the October 18th Monday Night Raw has been published. The go-home show for WWE Crown Jewel drew an average of 1.593 million viewers. The viewing numbers have been obtained by Brandon Thurston from Wrestlenomics:

While the show saw a slight increase on the previous week, with October 11th seeing 1.582 million viewers, the number is still lower than recent averages. The viewership is being ranked as the 6th worse rating in the history of Monday Night Raw.

Another piece of bad news for WWE is in regards to the key demographic rating. October 18th saw an 18-49 rating of 0.39, which equates to 510,000 viewers. As also reported by Thurston, this rating is the lowest since 2014 and might possibly be the lowest demographic number in the history of the show.

The show mainly focused on the final build to WWE Crown Jewel, which takes place on Thursday October 21st. Two more matches were confirmed for the event, with the finals of both the King of the Ring and Queen’s Crown tournaments being decided.

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