The viewership and ratings for WWE RAW’s July 5 show were discovered to be at an all-time low.


For WWE RAW, the ThunderDome era can’t come to an end fast enough. With only one edition of WWE’s flagship program scheduled to air from Yuengling Center, there has never been a better time for the company to re-engage the WWE Universe.

The audience for this week’s RAW program was at an all-time low. According to Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics, this week’s episode of WWE RAW drew 1.472 million viewers, down from 1.570 million last week.
While this week’s edition of the red brand wasn’t as good as the previous two, the lack of a better turnout is surprising given the series of good shows.

WWE RAW had the third-lowest demo in the show’s history.
WWE RAW’s 0.41 rating in the key 18-49 demo was unchanged from the previous week. While it’s fantastic that it didn’t drop from last week, it’s surprising to find that this is RAW’s third-lowest demo ever.

The NBA was off on Monday, so WWE RAW only had to compete against Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals between the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Montreal Canadiens.

WWE RAW opened up with a Miz TV segment, leading to a rematch between Ricochet and Johnny “Drip Drip” Morrison.

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