WWE Hell In A Cell left a lot of fans very upset and it showed by how many people tuned into the show.

Last week’s Raw season premiere pulled in 2.701 million viewers with the second hour getting 2.592 million viewers and the third getting 2.416 million viewers. This week, one day removed from Hell In A Cell was not as good.

Overall, Raw averaged 2.334 million viewers overall. The first hour pulled in 2.443 million viewers, the second with 2.330 million, and the third with 2.230 million fans watching.

Being down around 200,000 viewers is something significant. Putting on a Hell In A Cell pay-per-view with a finish like that could have caused a lot more damage than it actually did.

H Jenkins

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