WWE Raw Viewership increases on WrestleMania Session

WWE Monday Night Raw Viewership is up on Road to WrestleMania 38 it’s a good sign for WWE & it’s expected to draw more viewers as company’ mega show is less than two weeks away.

WWE Raw viewership March 21, 2022 Raw improves its figures compared to last week, but does not exceed 1.8 million viewers


The WWE Monday Night RAW audience on Monday, March 21 registered an average of 1,769,000 viewers, according to the specialized media showbuzzdaily. This represents an increase compared to the show of the previous week, in which 1,700,000 viewers were registered.

This week’s episode featured several interesting segments and matches, highlighting Kevin Owens’ imitation of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin to kick off the show and the final match between AJ Styles and Seth Rollins to determine WrestleMania spot.


Monday Night Raw registered a share of 0.50 in the demographic of interest, corresponding to the ages between 18 and 49 years old, surpassing the data of the previous week (0.48). As an additional fact, WWE Monday Night Raw was the most watched program on cable on Monday night in terms of key demographics.

The first hour recorded an average of 1,778,000 viewers, the second 1,870,000 and the third 1,659,000.

WWE also announced some matches & big segments for next week on Raw like Roman Reigns & Brock Lesnar returns, Seth Rollins announcement for his WrestleMania moment.


Viewership of last five episodes of Raw

February 21, 2022: 1,825,000 viewers

February 28, 2022: 1,753,000 viewers

March 7, 2022: 1,775,000 viewers March

14, 2022: 1,700,000 viewers

March 21, 2022: 1,769,000 viewers