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This Week’s RAW Sets New Record For Lowest RAW Viewership



On this day in 1995, the World Wrestling Federation aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF RAW IS WAR’.

It was broadcasted from the Grand Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF In Your House 4: Great White North’ PPV.

Here’s the card:

1. Razor Ramon vs. The 1-2-3 Kid

2. Hunter Hearst Helmsley vs. Barry Horowitz

3. PG-13 vs. Al Brown & Sonny Rogers

4. Bret Hart vs. Jean Pierre Lafitte

• This Week’s RAW Sets New Record For Lowest RAW Viewership

This week’s episode of RAW, which featured final build-up for this Saturday’s WWE Super Show-Down event, drew 2.30 million viewers.

This is down from previous week’s 2.35 million viewers. Last week’s RAW turned out to be the least viewed RAW of all time, but this week’s RAW broke that record with a new low.

Below is the viewership for each hour of RAW:

– 1st Hour: 2.50 Million (2.49 Million last week)

– 2nd Hour: 2.33 Million (2.27 Million last week)

– 3rd Hour: 2.08 Million (2.28 Million last week)

Below are the viewership numbers of other shows from Monday night:

– NFL Monday Night Football (The Chiefs vs. Broncos): 13.2 Million

– The Voice: 10.06 Million

– The Neighborhood: 8.10 Million

– Dancing With The Stars: 7.06 Million

– The Resident: 4.88 Million

Below are the results from this week’s RAW:

– Dean Ambrose addressed speculation about his loyalty to The Shield

– Braun Strowman def. Dean Ambrose via DQ

– Universal Champion Roman Reigns def. Raw Tag Team Champion Dolph Ziggler

– RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey def. Ruby Riott

– Konnor def. Bobby Roode

– The B-Team def. The Revival; AOP attacked after the match

– RAW Tag Team Champion Drew McIntyre def. Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins

– Kevin Owens def. Bobby Lashley

– Bayley def. Alicia Fox

– The Brothers of Destruction attacked Triple H and Shawn Michaels

Below are the top 10 moments from this week’s RAW:

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