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WWE RAW Viewership For 10/28: Numbers Set New Record Low This Week

WWE's report card for Monday's Raw, the final show leading into Thursday's WWE Crown Jewel 2019 pay-per-view in Saudi Arabia, is in.

The viewership numbers are in for last night's shows and WWE Raw lost over 200,000 viewers week-over-week, slipping to 2.133 million viewers, barely surviving a new futility record for the show.

Throwing out Christmas/New Year's shows, it appears to be the third least watched Raw behind only the 9/9 edition (2.130 million) and the 6/10 edition (2.125 million).

On the night, Raw was 13th in total viewership but #4, #6 and #7 in the 18-49 demographic for each of the three hours.

WWE can't really blame competition as the Monday Night Football game between the Steelers and Dolphins didn't even top 10 million viewers (9.975 million) and there was no World Series game either.

The hourly viewership breakdown for Monday's Raw went as follows:

    * Hour 1 - 2.326 million
    * Hour 2 - 2.146 million
    * Hour 3 - 1.928 million

Check out the top ten moments from this week's edition of WWE Raw above.