This week's edition of WWE Monday Night Raw finished with a 2.93 cable television rating, which is just barely down from last week's 2.94 rating. The viewership was close to dead even as well, with 4.119 million people tuning in on average over three hours, down from last week's 4.146 million viewers.
You might expect that with WWE teasing a "breaking news announcement" to kick off Raw – that ended up being Daniel Bryan stripped of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship – and Seth Rollins turning on the Shield last week, that this week's first hour would see a great increase in viewers. This wasn't the case, and in actuality the first hour was the worst of the night, growing steadily from 3.893 million to 4.218 million in the second hour, and finishing strong with 4.247 million in the third and final hour.
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