WWE Monday Night Raw records the worst audience of the year 2021

WWE Monday Night Raw records the worst audience of the year 2021 on May 24 None of the three hours of Monday Night Raw exceeded the barrier of 1.7 million viewers WWE Raw registers its fourth worst data in the entire history of the show.

The episode of WWE Monday Night Raw last Monday, May 24, 2021, obtained an audience of 1,621,000 viewers on average. This represents a decrease of 11% compared to the result of last week, when 1,823,000 viewers were registered.

On this occasion, Raw featured several matches and segments of interest: Tamina and Natalya retained the women’s tag team championship against Shayna Baszkerl and Nia Jax in the main event. Additionally, Riddle beat Xavier Woods while Drew McIntyre and Kofi Kingston finished without a result.

The first hour marked an audience of 1,661,000 viewers, the second hour improved with 1,655,000 and the final hour dropped to 1,546,000 viewers. The global record is the worst of the year 2021 and the fourth worst in the history of Monday Night Raw.

Last year, RAW posted a 6.6% higher viewership. RAW registered a 0.45 cable rating in the demographic of interest corresponding to the ages between 18 and 49 years. Last week it registered 0.48.

Last five Raw audiences :-

April 26, 2021: 1,774,000 viewers

May 3, 2021: 1,872,000 viewers

May 10, 2021: 1,817,000 viewers

May 17, 2021: 1,823,000 viewers

May 24, 2021: 1,621,000 viewers