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WWE Raw ratings on the other side of the NFL playoff game on the first Monday night – WWE Sports

Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet).

The average number of viewers for WWE Raw TV shows on Monday was 1,613,000. Showbuzzdaily.com.. Viewership fell from an average of 16.33 million last week. Raw provided a .43 rating in the 18-49 demographic from last week’s .39 rating.

Powell’s point of view: The first Monday night NFL Playoffs game between Arizona Cardinals and the Los Angeles Rams is ESPN’s 88.32 million viewers, who surpassed the cable rating, and ESPN2’s game manning cast, including the appearance of Dwayne’The Rock’Johnson. Added an additional 1,419,000 viewers to the game that provided the feed. The game was broadcast simultaneously on ABC, adding an additional 12.769 million viewers. Last week Raw was aired on the other side of ESPN’s National College Football Championship game, which generated 22.257,000 viewers.

Raw’s average audience for the first hour was 1,734 million. The second hour attracted 1.65 billion viewers. The last hour of the show averaged 1,456,000 viewers. Raw’s 3 hours ended 6th, 8th, and 9th respectively in Monday’s cable rating 18-49 demographics. The good news for Raw is that the show will not face the regular season football competition again until September. The bad news is that the show hits Syfy as USA Network reports on the February Winter Olympics. The January 18, 2021 edition of Raw gained 18.54 million viewers.

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WWE Raw ratings on the other side of the NFL playoff game on the first Monday night

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