The following was reported by The Wrestling Observer.
Monday's RAW drew a 3.05 cable rating and average 4.28 million viewers.
The show did a 2.7 among male teenagers, which is less than half the rating WWE used to draw in this particular demographic a couple of years ago. RAW drew a 2.5 in the 18-49 males demographic, a 1.1 among female teenagers and 1.2 in Women 18-49.
Here's a look at some of the most and least popular segments from the show:
Mark Henry vs. John Morrison and the RAW heels talking about banding together against Triple H lost 353,000 viewers.
HHH coming out to address them plus Kelly & Torres vs. Phoenix & Natalya gained 185,000 viewers.
Jinder Mahal vs. Santino Marella lost 210,000 viewers.
Video highlights from Hell in a Cell PPV , the Miz/R-Truth Youtube clip and the beginning of the 12-man tag match gained 531,000 viewers.
The remainder of the 12-man tag match lost 170,000 viewers.
The ending segment with the "vote of confidence" regarding Triple H's performance as COO had a huge gain of 1,163,000 viewers. This was one of the biggest gains from one quarter hour to another in 2011.