Raw last night averaged 1.86 million viewers with a 0.57 rating in 18-49, numbers slightly up from last week's show that had competition from Home Run Derby, so the increase would have been expected.
Raw was the highest rated show in 18-49 both on cable television and beat every network show as well.
The second highest rated cable show, 90 Day Fiance, did a 0.20 in 18-49. Nothing on network TV topped a 0.41.
From last week, Raw was up three percent in viewers, up two percent in 18-49, and down nine percent in 18-34.
From one year ago, the show was up five percent from an episode that went against Home Run Derby, but up 23 percent in 18-49 and up eight percent in 18-34. Factoring in the homes lost by cable, the real percentage increases were 11 percent in viewers and 36 percent in 18-49.
The Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn tag title match against Damian Priest & Dominik Mysterio did a better job than most Raw main events as far as the first-to-third hour drop is concerned.
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