Raw Rating: All-Star Battle Royal boosts Raw to best rating since right after WrestleMania, third hour beats first hour, Raw back to top of cable rankings on Monday

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The July 15 episode of WWE Monday Night Raw on USA Network drew a 1.74 rating among live and same-night-DVR viewers, up from the prior week’s 1.65 and the best rating since Apr. 15 for the Superstar Shake-up and WrestleMania follow-up.

The Cross-brand All-Star Ten Man Battle Royal helped the third hour to a rare increase over the first-hour rating, although as usual the second hour viewership was highest.

Raw finished in the top three spots in the cable rankings in the 18-34 demographic, reclaiming its top spot. It drew ratings 0f 0.8 and 0.8 in hours two and three and a 0.7 rating for hour one.

In total viewership, Raw finished behind “Hannity,” “The Five,” and “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Fox News and “The Rachel Maddow Show” on MSNBC.

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