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WWE Monday Night Raw viewership drops heading into Super ShowDown



This week's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw saw average viewership drop heading into Super ShowDown this Thursday.

According to Showbuzz Daily, this week's Raw drew an average of 2.210 million viewers. That's a 9.3 percent drop from last week's 2.437 million viewers. Last week's Raw was also the most viewed episode of the program for 2020 thus far. This week's first hour drew 2.246 million viewers, dropping from last week's 2.671 million.

In the second hour, Raw averaged 2.278 million viewers, which was a drop from last week's 2.559 million. Finally, the third and final hour of this week's show saw 2.106 million viewers, dropping from last week's 2.082 million. This week's Raw was ranked number eight in total cable viewership.

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