That’s a little bit better. While it has certainly seen better days, Monday Night Raw is still the highest profile wrestling television show in the world. This has been the case for well over twenty years and it will likely be the case for a long time to come. That being said, the show is not exactly doing well right now and the numbers back it up. They just might not be backing it up so accurately.
According to Post Wrestling, this week’s initial numbers for Monday Night Raw’s audience were not accurate due an error in reporting. WWE has since issued new internal data saying that the numbers were a bit higher than originally expected. The original report showed that Monday Night Raw drew an average of 1.418 million viewers. According to the new report, the average audience over the three hours was actually 1.557 million, with 1.586 million views in the third hour rather than the 1.168 million reported. The previous audience would have been the lowest in the show’s history.
This week’s show had some solid parts. Check out what went down:
Opinion: That does explain a few things as the previous numbers were on another planet. I know the show has not been great in recent months but that would have been an absolutely terrible drop. It is clear that Monday Night RA has a lot of problems which need to be fixed, but a day later and things might not be quite as bad as they seemed to be just yesterday.
What did you think of the show? What is the biggest change Monday Night Raw needs to make? Let us know in the comments below.