The episode of WWE Monday Night Raw last Monday, January 25, 2021, obtained an audience of 1,819,000 viewers on average. This represents a decrease of 1.89% compared to the 1,854,000 viewers of the previous week.
On this occasion, Raw featured several matches and segments of interest: Drew McIntyre was in charge of opening the show, while Charlotte Flair, Mandy Rose, and Dana Brooke defeated Nia Jax, Shayna Baszler and Lacey Evans. Also, Sheamus surprised John Morrison, but later Morrison and The Miz prevailed over the Irishman. The main event of the evening between Alexa Bliss and Asuka for the RAW Women’s Championship was without result.
The first hour marked an audience of 1,904,000 viewers, the second hour worsened with a figure of 1,838. 000 and the final hour dropped to 1,716,000 viewers. This represents a drop of 9.87% between its first and third hours.
RAW was the 22nd most-watched program on cable television on Monday night, dominated by informational and opinion shows such as Tucker Carlson Tonight or Hannity, among others. Additionally the red mark was 1st in the demographic of interest corresponding to the ages between 18 and 49 years, improving two places compared to last week’s result.
Below, The Raw Audiences During The Month Of December And January
December 7, 2020: 1,737,000 viewers
December 14, 2020: 1,527,000 viewers
December 21, 2020: 1,691,000 viewers
December 28, 2020: 1,769,000 viewers
January 4, 2021: 2,128,000 viewers
January 11, 2021: 1,819,000 viewers
January 18, 2021: 1,854,000 viewers
January 25, 2021: 1,819,000 viewers