The ratings for the January 3rd edition of Monday Night Raw have been revealed. On average, 1.716 million people watched the fallout from Day 1 in regards to the red brand. The numbers have been obtained by Brandon Thurston from Wrestlenomics:
Raw has seen a significant increase in viewers compared to the previous week. As the December 27th episode saw an average viewership of 1.592 million viewers, the change in viewership calculates to an increase of approximately 7.8%. As mentioned by Thurston, this is the highest overall viewership for Raw since October 4th.
In regards to key demographic viewership, 592,000 viewers were aged between 18 and 49 years old, equating to a 0.45 rating. This is also up from the December 27th rating of 0.41.
WWE Raw mainly focused on the fallout from the events of the Day 1 pay-per-view, which saw Brock Lesnar crowned as the new WWE Champion in the main event. The January 3rd Raw saw the next challenger for Lesnar decided in a Fatal 4-Way match, which was won by Bobby Lashley.
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