Report: Correction On WWE Raw Ratings

Viewership wasn't as low as initially believed

While Monday Night Raw's viewership was still relatively low this week, it wasn't as low as initially reported. 

An initial report from PWTorch noted this week's edition of Raw averaged 1.418 million viewers across the three hours, which included a dramatic third-hour drop to 1.168 million. PWTorch has since updated their report, though, and noted there was a data error from their initial source's findings. 

POST Wrestling obtained WWE's internal ratings and this week's show actually averaged 1.557 million viewers. The first hour drew 1.536 million and viewership increased throughout the night, first to 1.549 million for hour two and then 1.586 million for hour three. 

WWE's internal ratings listed a 0.4 rating in the key 18-49 demographic, but it's unknown if this number was rounded down. 

This week's Raw was headlined by Drew McIntyre vs. Kofi Kingston for the right to face Bobby Lashley at Hell In A Cell. Other matches on the show included Mace and T-Bar vs. Lucha House Party and AJ Styles and Omos vs. Elias and Jaxson Ryker for the Raw Tag Team Championship. 

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