RAW ratings for this week are dismal compared to 2010-2015

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Want proof Vince McMahon made some big mistakes? Monday’s WWE RAW drew a depressing 1.88 rating, down from last week’s 2.11 rating for Labor Day, and last week’s RAW which drew a 2.38. The 4th of July RAW drew a 1.87 rating.

Courtesy of Lordsofpain.net here is a solid breakdown of the 2010-2015 RAW breakdown for comparison:

2015 WWE Raw Break Down
– High: 3.68 rating post-WM31 (March 30). WWE did not reach a 3.0 the rest of the year.
– Lows: 2.15 rating (Dec. 7) and 2.16 rating (Nov. 23).
– Final Avg. Rating: 2.65 (down 10.4 percent vs. 2014)
– Final Avg. Viewership: 3.705 million viewers (down 10.6 percent vs. 2014)

2015 Raw vs. Five Year Break Down
– 2015: 2.65 rating / 3.705 million viewers
– 2014: 2.96 rating (-10.4%) / 4.143 million viewers (-10.6%)
– 2013: 3.01 rating (-12.2%) / 4.157 million viewers (-10.9%)
– 2012: 3.00 rating (-11.9%) / 4.311 million viewers (-14.1%)
– 2011: 3.21 rating (-17.5%) / 4.787 million viewers (-22.6%)
– 2010: 3.28 rating (-19.4%) / 4.785 million viewers (-22.6%)

This big change started when WWE brought in sitcom writers, Stephanie McMahon and Triple H in to executive roles, and they went PG. If this isn’t a wake-up call for WWE – we don’t know what is.

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