The final Raw with the full roster and the reveal of the General Managers drew just 3,133,000, one of the lowest non-holiday numbers the show has done over the past two decades. It was down 37,000 viewers from last week’s show.
Hour one started with 3,204,000 viewers, followed by 3,236,000 in the second hour and then a drop to 2,960,000 viewers in the third and final hour. From hour two to hour three Raw lost over quarter of a million viewers and the WWE title match in the main event did not do anything to move the viewers.
Raw’s biggest competition was the Republican National Convention and the news broadcasts covering it. (Ratings credit: Showbuzzdaily.com)