RAW Ratings Are In, & More WWE News Inside

Ryan Clark


In the month of October, WWE averaged 4,189 fans to live events, down from 5,273 in October 2005. The average gate in October was $122,187, down 32% from $179,736 in October 2005.

RAW’s average rating in October was 3.66, down from 3.84 in October 2005. Smackdown’s average rating dropped from 2.59 to 2.57.

The 3-hour edition of Raw scored a 3.5 cable rating, with a 5.4 share. The show did hours of 2.9, 3.7 and 3.9. The usual 9 to 11 time slot scored a 3.8 cable rating, which is what the show has been scoring as of late.

AM Raw on 12.16 had two airings, with the 9 a.m. edition scoring a 0.4 cable rating, with a 1.2 share and the late night showing scoring a 0.9 cable rating, with a 3.9 share.

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