Full Raw 1000 Ratings Breakdown For Major Segments

Justin LaBar

Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter

The 1,000th episode of WWE RAW did a 3.86 rating over three hours and averaged 6.04 million viewers . This was the most viewers ever for a three-hour show. The previous timeslot of 9-11pm EST that fans became use to for more than a decade, averaged a 4.03 rating and 6.31 million viewers.


WWE's advertising the 8pm start time was a success as they had 5.58 million viewers already tuned in for the start of the show.

DX's reunion opened so strong that the second quarter gain with the end of the DX segment gained 27,000 viewers. That would usually be a loss.

The six-man with Rey Mysterio, Sin Cara and Sheamus vs. Alberto Del Rio, Dolph Ziggler and Chris Jericho which also featured the Charlie Sheen interview lost 395,000 viewers.

Jack Swagger vs. Brodus Clay and a backstage skits with Legends gained 326,000 viewers.

AJ and Daniel Bryan wedding at 9pm gained 616,000 viewers for a 3.91 rating.

The Rock, CM Punk and Daniel Bryan in the ring gained 575,000 viewers for a 4.28 quarter rating.

Christian vs. The Miz lost 895,000 viewers after three straight segments of monster gains in viewers.
 

Triple H, Paul Heyman and Stephanie McMahon in the ring gained 334,000 viewers.

Brock Lesnar's brawl with Triple H gained 90,000 more viewers.

Heath Slater with the WWE Legends gained 25,000 viewers for a 3.99 quarter rating in a timeslot of the show that typicall loses a lot. This was impressive given the amount of viewers gained with the Triple H segment, normally a loss would have been a given.

The Undertaker's return with Kane gained 293,000 viewers.

WWE Champion CM Punk vs John Cena with The Rock and Big Show appearing gained 389,000 viewers and peaked the show with a 4.43 overrun rating.

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