Last week, Raw suffered record low ratings. To be fair, they had to compete with the Presidential Debate. So naturally, this weeks viewership is up. Raw drew an average of 2.797 million viewers for this week’s show, much higher than last Monday’s average of 2.478 million viewers. What is a continuous trend for Raw, that continues again this week, is a drop in viewers by the third hour. Only 2.444 million viewers were around to watch the historical main event – Charlotte vs Sasha for the Raw Women’s Championship.

Raw, however, still has the advantage in ratings over Smackdown again this week. Smackdown actually had a drop in ratings on Tuesday, but only by a mere 1%. This week, the Blue Brand drew an average of 2.316 million viewers. This is a very slight down from last week, which had 2.340 million viewers. Smackdown did have competition though, with the Vice Presidential Debate airing at the same time. It’s a testament to how good Tuesday’s shows currently are, as they barely lost watchers when such an important debate was on.

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