WWE set a new record on Monday night and one it won't be shouting about.
This week's episode of Raw of USA Network scored a dismal 2.470 million viewers making it the lowest viewership in the history of the flagship broadcast. The record was previously set on September 26th, 2016 when the show did 2.478 million viewers but that was up against the Trump vs. Clinton Presidential Debate and Monday Night Football.
The first hour drew 2.582 million viewers, second 2.508 million viewers and the third and final hour drew 2.320 million viewers.
Traditionally, when ratings take a dive WWE Chairman Vince McMahon tends to make a return to boost numbers, so it will be interesting to see how WWE react to this news.