This week’s 4th of July holiday edition of WWE RAW drew an average of 2.66 million viewers on Monday night on the USA Network according to Showbuzzdaily.com.

This is down from last week’s show that drew 3.09 million viewers. Despite the drop, WWE took the No. 1 spot on cable for Monday night.

Hourly breakdowns were as follows.

Hour 1: 2.663 million viewers (down from 3.096 million viewers last week)

Hour 2: 2.668 million viewers (down from 3.173 million viewers)

Hour 3: 2.643 million viewers (down from 3.011 million viewers)

RAW averaged a 0.93 rating among adults 18-49 on Monday night, down from a 1.12 rating last week. The show saw a steady growth over the three hours in the 18-49 demographic (0.88, 094 and 0.98).


  1. No surprise since it was July 4th and I’m sure they figured the show would not a lot of views.

  2. But it was never THIS historically bad. It ranked in the bottom 3 lowest ratings in the history of the show. As for “winning the night” on cable, that’s insignificant and immaterial. Might as well say Raw ranked #1 among pro wrestling shows on Monday night. There was literally zero original programming on cable TV Monday night other than Raw and maybe the various news channels along with fireworks shows on broadcast TV.

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