WWE RAW delivered a robust fallout present from its Hell in a Cell pay-per-view on Sunday as the corporate continues to construct towards the return of the WWE Universe subsequent month. However how did it relate to the viewership?
In response to Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics, this week’s version of WWE RAW introduced in 1.719 million viewers, down from final week’s 1.742 million. With WWE delivering top-of-the-line episodes of RAW this yr, it must be seen as disappointing that their numbers from final week did not go up.
WWE RAW’s demo stays even with final week’s present
With regards to the all-important 18-49 demo, WWE RAW stayed even from final week with a 0.49. So whereas this week’s viewership declined, they have been capable of keep a gradual demo which ought to be seen as a victory for the purple model.
Hourly viewership and demo numbers are usually not at present obtainable for final evening’s episode of WWE RAW, so it might be inconceivable for us to know at the moment if the Hell in a Cell fundamental occasion stored the viewers all through the printed or not.
WWE RAW opened up this week with WWE Champion Bobby Lashley and MVP within the VIP Lounge to have a good time The All Mighty’s win on the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view. It did not take lengthy for New Day members, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods, to get entangled, which led to Kingston difficult Lashley at Cash within the Financial institution.
The opening section additionally led to the principle occasion of the night as Xavier Woods went one-on-one with WWE Champion Bobby Lashley in a non-title match inside Hell in a Cell.
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