WWE RAW Viewership Rises On 7/12 Following Historically Low Rating Last Week
One week after WWE RAW recorded a historically low viewership number, the show bounced back on its final night in the WWE ThunderDome.
Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics reports that 1.609 million viewers watched the July 12 episode of WWE RAW, a notable increase from the 1.472 million viewers who watched it last week.
In the 18 to 49 demographic, the show drew a .43 rating (560,000 viewers), which marks an increase from last week, but it’s still the fifth-lowest rating the show has ever drawn.
WWE Raw last night on USA Network was watched by 1,609,000 viewers.
It was the final major WWE broadcast from the Thunderdome. Fans will be at full capacity for Smackdown in Houston this Fri.
— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) July 13, 2021
This week, WWE RAW featured a non-title match between WWE Champion Bobby Lashley and Xavier Woods. Plus, WWE RAW Tag Team Champion Omos competed in his first singles match.
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