Raw rating for 12/14/2015

Monday Night Raw rebounded big time in the ratings this week coming off the pay-per-view and the hyped appearance of WWE Chairman Vince McMahon. The show did a total of 3,884,666 average viewers, up significantly from last week’s 3,054,000. An additional 800,000 viewers tuned in to see the fallout from TLC.

Hour one did 4,043,000 viewers, followed by a dip to 3,786,000 in the second hour, and then back up to 3,825,000 to see Roman Reigns win the WWE World Heavyweight title.

This was the highest rated Raw episode overall since August 31 with hour one getting the most viewers since the June 15 show and the second and third hours with the most since August 31. (Ratings credit: ShowBuzzDaily.com)

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