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WWE RAW Rating: Show Sees Another Rise in Viewership (17/07/23)

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The latest episode of WWE RAW, aired on July 17th, 2023, has witnessed a surge in both viewership figures and demo ratings.

This marks a positive trend for the show, which has been consistently improving its ratings over the past few weeks.

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WWE RAW: A Closer Look at the Numbers

The 18-49 demographic, a crucial segment for advertisers, saw the show score a 0.57 rating. This is a slight but significant increase from the previous week’s 0.56 rating.

The exact ranking in the demo for the night is yet to be revealed, but the upward trajectory is a promising sign for WWE Raw.

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WWE RAW: Highlighting the Main Event

The episode featured a high-stakes main event where Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens successfully defended the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championships against The Judgment Day’s Dominik Mysterio and Damian Priest.

The thrilling match undoubtedly contributed to the spike in viewership.

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The Return of Brock Lesnar

Another major highlight of the show was the return of Brock Lesnar, who accepted Cody Rhodes’ challenge for a match at SummerSlam.

The anticipation surrounding this showdown is expected to further boost the ratings in the coming weeks.

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The Road Ahead

With the continued rise in viewership and demo rating, WWE Raw is on a positive trajectory. The upcoming episodes, especially with the build-up to SummerSlam, are expected to maintain or even surpass this momentum.

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