WWE Raw Viewership Rises Ahead of Money in the Bank.WWE Monday Night Raw Draws Around 2 Million Viewerships Ahead of Money in the Bank.
WWE Raw delivered a strong performance on June 26, 2023, drawing around two million viewers on average and ranking as the second most-watched cable show among the key age groups. The show featured several exciting matches and segments that built up the hype for the upcoming Money in the Bank pay-per-view.
According to Showbuzzdaily, a media outlet that tracks TV ratings(they are shutting down), WWE Raw averaged 1,973,000 viewers on June 26, 2023, which was an improvement from the previous week’s episode which had 1,821,000 viewers. The show also scored a 0.61 share in the coveted 18-49 demographic, up from 0.45 the week before.
The latest episode of WWE Raw had many highlights, such as Gunther defeating Sami Zayn, a brawl among the women’s Money in the Bank contenders, Finn Bálor beating Carmelo Hayes, and Cody Rhodes overcoming Damian Priest in the main event.
The viewership numbers for WWE Raw were consistent throughout the three hours, with the first hour attracting 2,074,000 viewers, the second hour garnering 2,043,000 viewers, and the third hour receiving 1,803,000 viewers.
WWE Raw proved to be a hit among the cable shows on Monday night, securing the second spot in terms of key demographics. The show will look to maintain its momentum as it heads into Money in the Bank, one of the most anticipated events of the year.