Final RAW Rating For First Show Since Sting's WWE Debut Increases

The Monday, November 24th, post-Survivor Series edition of WWE RAW, the first show since wrestling legend Sting made his WWE debut, scored a final cable rating of 3.07, according to Nielsen Media Research.

The 3.07 final draw marks a healthy increase compared to last week’s Survivor Series “go-home” edition of the show, which finished at a 2.75.

Monday’s RAW averaged 4.246 million viewers, which also marked a significant increase compared to the numbers for last week’s edition of the show, which averaged 3.771 million viewers.

The hourly breakdown in terms of viewership for Monday’s RAW is as follows:

Hour One: 4.734 million viewers
Hour Two: 3.992 million viewers
Hour Three: 4.012 million viewers

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