Last night's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw brought in an average of 4.19 million viewers, down from last week's solid post-SummerSlam average of 4.3 million viewers. Raw saw nearly a 3% drop in viewers, falling by 200,000 viewers in the second hour, and 180,000 viewers in the third hour. However, the first hour actually saw a 50,000 viewer increase, and was still the weakest performing block of the night.
This is actually good news for WWE Raw, as pay-per-view post-shows tend to draw extremely high ratings, and they are currently between major events at the moment. WWE also had no competition from Monday Night Football this week, with the NFL regular season beginning on September 5th.