WWE Monday Night Raw Rating for “Raw After Mania” featuring fresh matches, post-WM promos, Big Show interrupting Drew McIntyre’s celebration

By Wade Keller, PWTorch editor



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WWE Monday Night, the “Raw After Mania” episode, drew a 1.51 rating, an improvement over the prior two weeks but otherwise the lowest since Jan. 13. Viewership opened at 2.311 million for the first hour, then dropped as usual in the second and third hours at a typical rate. The first-to-third hour drop-off was 386,000, more than the 333,000 average for the year.

One year ago Raw drew a 2.03 rating, above the 1.80 ratings of the preview two weeks.


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1 Comment on WWE Monday Night Raw Rating for “Raw After Mania” featuring fresh matches, post-WM promos, Big Show interrupting Drew McIntyre’s celebration

  1. It’s not just the coronavirus. Nothing is going to change for them until they quit doing lane shows with lame lineups, featuring lame characters that all look and sound the same — like the same writers are penning the promos for everybody (because they are). No one feels fresh, everyone feels the same. Here: we’re dealing out generic “stars.” Public says heck no, we don’t want it.

    Wrestling 10-freaking-1: fans need to CARE about the wrestlers and then they’ll care about the product.

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