The ratings for the January 31st edition of Monday Night Raw have been revealed. On average, 1.865 million people watched the fallout from the Royal Rumble. The numbers have been obtained by Brandon Thurston from Wrestlenomics:
Compared to the previous week, Raw has seen an increase in viewership. As the January 24th episode drew an average audience of 1.766 million, the change in viewers calculates to an increase of approximately 5.6%. In regards to key demographic viewership, Raw obtained a 0.47 rating, also up from the 0.46 rating from January 24th.
As reported by ShowBuzz Daily, Raw ranked 1st overall for key demographic viewership on Monday night. The reason for the successful rating could be down to multiple factors such as the Royal Rumble fallout, the return of Ronda Rousey and there being no Monday Night Football taking place.
Raw mainly focused on the build towards the Elimination Chamber Premium Live Event, with the entrants to the Chamber match officially revealed on the show.
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