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Report: WWE Raw Draws Lowest Viewership In Show History

Another record low for Raw

The July 5, 2021, edition of Monday Night Raw drew the lowest viewership in show history, according to Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics. 

The show averaged 1.472 million viewers across the three hours, beating out the previous record-low of 1.526 million from the December 14, 2020 episode. 

The July 5 edition of Raw also performed poorly in the 18-49 demographic, drawing 536,000 viewers or a 0.41 rating. This made the show the third-least watched episode in the key demo in Raw history, only ahead of the June 28, 2021, and December 14, 2020 editions which both drew 530,000 viewers. 

Overall viewership was down 12.7 percent from the same week in July 2020. The 18-49 demo was also down 16.3 percent compared to last year.  

The July 5 edition of Raw continued the build towards the Money In The Bank pay-per-view. The show featured matches like Riddle vs. AJ Styles and Drew McIntyre vs. Jinder Mahal. The episode was main evented by The New Day vs. The Hurt Business. 

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