The WWE RAW ratings and viewership figures are in for this week’s show, and WWE’s flagship show convincingly lost Monday cable ratings battle, but the July 10th show did improve viewership across its three hours compared to last week. Averaging all three hours of RAW, the show pulled in 3,009,000 overnight viewers, up from last week’s 2.839 million viewers.
Last night’s RAW opened with Big Cass speaking about his victory against Enzo Amore at Great Balls of Fire, The Miz’s “Mizzies” award show with Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins’ inference, Universal Champion Brock Lesnar’s segment with Roman Reigns and Samoa Joe, and Rollins vs. Bray Wyatt in the main event.
The hourly breakdown this week was as follows:
- First Hour: 3.049 million viewers (2.825 million viewers last week)
- Second Hour: 3.074 million viewers (2.912 million viewers last week)
- Third Hour: 2.905 million viewers (2.780 million viewers last week)
RAW was #4 in viewership for the night, falling behind the Derby, the Derby Prelude, and the MLB Celebrity Softball game. RAW was #6 in the 18-49 demographic, behind the Derby, the Celebrity Softball game, Love & Hip-Hop, the Derby Prelude, and Basketball Wives. RAW drew a .97 cable rating for the night in the 18-49 demographic.
For next week’s RAW, on July 17, the WWE have announced Samoa Joe vs. Roman Reigns to determine the No. 1 contender for the Universal Championship at SummerSlam and Kurt Angle will reveal his “controversial secret.”