WWE Raw brought a show that tried to cover a lot of ground before WWE Super ShowDown in Saudi Arabia. Did fans stick around to see what the company did this week?

Showbuzz Daily reports that WWE Raw brought in a three hour average of 2.21 million viewers. That is down considerably from last week’s number of 2.437 million viewers.

They earned 2.278 for the first hour, 2.246 in the second hour and 2.106 in the third. WWE Raw also held the top three hours of the night with an average .62 rating in the 18-49 demographic for the three-hour show.

Last week’s WWE Raw viewership averaged 2.437 million viewers for the three hour broadcast. They were up from the previous week of 2.337 million viewers.

H Jenkins

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