WWE RAW Viewership Declines, Dark Matches After Tonight’s Smackdown Tapings, Low Attendance

– Monday’s episode of WWE RAW averaged 3,335,000 viewers on the USA Network. This is down from last week’s 3,529,000 viewers last week. The first hour of the show averaged 3,486,000 viewers, the second hour averaged 3,541,000 viewers, and the final hour’s average viewership went down to 2,980,000.

Dolph Ziggler beat Baron Corbin by count-out in a Dark Match after Smackdown. They filmed the entrances, but then they started putting the cameras away. Corbin walked up the ramp and was counted out. He teased returning, then ducked out again and walked out.

In the second Dark Match, AJ Styles beat Alberto Del Rio. The O2 crowd are still happy to see Styles, but it’s now like five entrances in two nights. Nothing like overexposing your best talent! Styles pinned Del Rio to win the match. Styles took the mic and said London is his favorite place to work.

– While last night’s WWE RAW from the O2 Arena in London was sold out, tonight’s SmackDown tapings was not. Many fans were tweeting about empty seats and one fan posted this photo of empty floor seats about half-way into the tapings:


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