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    SBR

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    Raw Ratings

    Post by SBR on Wed Jan 22, 2014 11:38 pm

    PW.Net wrote:Monday's WWE Raw scored a 3.46 rating, up from the 3.12 rating the show drew the previous week. As previously noted, Raw averaged 4.869 million viewers, up from the 4.537 million average from last week.

    Shore's Slant A big lift for WWE with the first hour doing he bulk of the work. It looks like once everyone saw Batista they tuned out. My concern is that's only going to convince Vince McMahon that he needs more big names returning instead of fixing the milquetoast midcard.

    Dave Meltzer wrote:Raw did something of an amazing 4.86 million viewers on Monday night and the big story was the ratings pattern.

       8 p.m. 5.25 million
       9 p.m. 5.00 million
       10 p.m. 4.36 million

    The story is the huge open and the huge drop during the show.  The big thing hyped, for weeks, was the return of Batista.  If anyone tries to attribute the rating to anything but that, they are fooling themselves.  Without quarters, it's hard to know exactly where the fall-off was, but it was huge.  It would appear bringing Batista out early likely caused a lot of viewers to tune out.  Just as obvious, there was not that much interest in the show-long waiting for John Cena to confront Randy Orton storyline.

    Batista is sooooo winning the Rumble.


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    Post by StylesClash on Thu Jan 23, 2014 12:07 am

    I certainly hope Batista doesn't win the Rumble as I've never been a big fan of him. However, knowing WWE it could very well happen. Its just way too early IMO. I'd much rather see Brock vs. Batista and Bryan come in and win the Rumble to get back the title that was stole from him as he beats Orton cleanly...

    The ratings have been much higher lately, which is a good thing for the company, I just hope they realized the increase over the last few weeks wasn't just because Batista was returning tonight.
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    Post by CapitalTTruth on Thu Jan 23, 2014 10:52 am

    Ugh.... There goes all hope of anything different.


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    Post by SBR on Tue Nov 25, 2014 7:41 pm

    Raw had its biggest audience since football season, doing 4.23 million viewers last night.

    It was a unique ratings pattern in that the first hour, stemming from interest in Survivor Series, Sting's debut, The Authority being gone, led to 4.73 million viewers on average in that hour. There were significantly more than that there at the start and they lost viewers steady even in the first hour.

    The audience dropped greatly from there, to just slightly above usual levels with 3.99 million viewers in the second hour and 4.01 million viewers in the third hour.

    The Ravens-Saints NFL game last night did 10.87 million viewers, one of the lowest numbers of the season.

    Glad Raw was terrible last night!


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    Post by Xero on Tue Nov 25, 2014 7:45 pm

    People wanted to see Sting. He was brought up 2 or 3 times in the first hour then never mentioned again.


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    Re: Raw Ratings

    Post by SBR on Tue Mar 31, 2015 11:41 pm

    By Dave Meltzer, WrestlingObserver.com

    WWE's Monday Night Raw numbers were the highest they've had since RAW 1000 (2012) benefiting from the positive buzz from a great WrestleMania show Sunday as well as no competition from the NCAA men's basketball tournament.

    TV By The Numbers had times listed all wrong so these hours could be incorrect, but the show did an average of 5.35 million viewers.

    The three hours were 5.60 million viewers, 5.23 million viewers and 5.27 million viewers, but it's not clear which hour each is. The big number was either in the first or second hour.

    The Hall of Fame show that aired after Raw did 2,105,000 viewers.


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    Post by 2kNikk on Tue Mar 31, 2015 11:42 pm

    Good for WWE, let's hope they see this as a confirmation that Seth is a worthwhile champ


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