SDL has 2,229,000 overnight viewers, down from last week’s 2,319,000 overnight viewers.
WWE Monday Night Raw had 2,730,000 overnight viewers, down from last week’s 2,873,000 overnight viewers. Not a massive drop, considering this is week one of the head to head competition from the NFL.
ALL IN: ZERO HOUR was able to get 196,000 viewers and was ranked 85 out of the top 150 cable shows for Saturday.
ALL IN basically got 2/3rds the audience that IMPACT Wrestling does with much less TV time to promote.
Smackdown Live saw a small dip in viewership. 2,350,000 overnight viewers, down from last week’s 2,437,000 overnight viewers.
Raw brought in 2,878,000 overnight viewers, down from last week’s
Commentary: You would think that after last week’s big angle with the Shield reuniting that ratings would have stayed the same or grew. It’s not a good sign, but not too alarming yet.
The post SummerSlam edition of Monday Night Raw saw 3,095,000 viewers, up from 2,825,000 from the week before.
IMPACT Wrestling got a ton of positive reviews from their Slammiversary show last weekend. The good news continues as they are seeing an increase in viewership for the July 26, 2018 edition of IMPACT. They were able to get 299,000 people to tune in to the show, up from 275,000 last week.
IMPACT needs to keep the momentum going.
Miz & Mrs. saw an audience of 1,473,000 for overnight. This is significantly higher than Total Bellas premiere audience of 630,000.
WWE Smackdown Live was able to retain their ratings from last week. SDL was able to draw in 2,195,000, only 300,000 less than what RAW did.
WWE Monday Night Raw saw a big drop in their memorial day ratings. The May 28 edition of RAW drew 2,495,000 overnight viewers, way down from last week’s 2,669,000. This is according to PWInsider.
I wouldn’t be too worried about this drop off for WWE since it was a holiday.