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WWE Raw Ratings dip compared to last week


The numbers for this week’s WWE Monday Night Raw show have arrived.

According to Wrestle Nomics, the Monday, April 15, 2024 episode of WWE Monday Night Raw from the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada drew 1.807 million viewers on the USA Network.

Comparatively, the Raw After WrestleMania XL show the previous week on April 8, 2024 drew 2.362 million viewers.

This week’s show on 4/15 also drew a 0.61 rating in the coveted 18-to-49 year old demographic, which is down from the 4/8 show that pulled a 0.83 rating in the key 18-49 year old demo.

WWE Monday Night Raw did finish first on cable, beating the WNBA Draft, which drew 2.446 million viewers and a 0.58 demo rating.

The 4/15 Raw featured a main event of Sami Zayn vs. Chad Gable for the WWE Intercontinental Championship, the announcement that Rhea Ripley was vacating her WWE Women’s World Championship due to injury, the introduction of WWE World Tag-Team Championship belts by Paul “Triple H” Levesque and more.

So, it seems like the viewership numbers for the latest episode of WWE Monday Night Raw were slightly lower than the previous week’s post-WrestleMania show. Despite that, the show still managed to maintain its position as the top-rated program on cable for the night. The main event featuring Sami Zayn and Chad Gable for the Intercontinental Championship must have been quite the spectacle for fans. And the announcement regarding Rhea Ripley’s unfortunate situation added an element of unpredictability to the mix. Plus, the introduction of the new WWE World Tag-Team Championship belts by Paul “Triple H” Levesque surely got fans buzzing with excitement.

Overall, it looks like WWE Monday Night Raw continues to provide its audience with thrilling moments and surprising developments, keeping viewers engaged and eager for more. With each episode, the anticipation for what’s to come next only grows stronger, making sure that fans stay hooked on the action-packed world of WWE.