Tuesday, October 8, 2019

RAW Viewership Down Over 200,000 Following Hell In A Cell, Brock Lesnar Joins Legends On List Of WWE Champions

RAW Viewership Down Over 200,000 Following Hell In A Cell, Brock Lesnar Joins Legends On List Of WWE Champions
- The post-Hell In A Cell RAW wasn’t a ratings success but it also wasn’t a huge disaster like some were expecting.


Despite not having Bray Wyatt or Seth Rollins appear on the episode, the show was relatively steady through three hours. It wound up averaging 2.334 million viewers over three hours, which is far lower than last week’s 2.569 million viewers, but well above the year’s low of 2.125 million.

The first hour of RAW averaged 2.443 million viewers. Hour two drew 2.330 million viewers. The final hour of the show averaged 2.230 million viewers. Given the quality of the show, I’m surprised the third hour number didn’t crash. I guess the credit for that goes to the repeated teases for the Tyson Fury and Braun Strowman angle. As always, you can click here for our 2019 Viewership Tracker.

- New WWE Champion Brock Lesnar joined an elite list of Legends and Hall of Famers who are five-time WWE Champions with his big title win over Kofi Kingston on Friday's SmackDown FOX premiere.

Lesnar joined the following Superstars on the list - Hulk Hogan, The Rock, Steve Austin, Bret Hart, Triple H, Randy Orton and John Cena. The WWE Stats page also noted that Lesnar is now an eight-time world champion in WWE.

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