The post-WrestleMania 35 edition of Monday Night RAW brought in nearly 3 million viewers, the highest figures for the Red brand this year.
According to ShowBuzz Daily, the show drew 2.923 million viewers, up a notable 11% from last week's number of 2.639 million.
For comparison, the previous record went to the February 25 edition of RAW, which featured the return of Roman Reigns after his battle with leukaemia.
The 2.93 million number is the highest rated RAW since the RAW after Summerslam last year, which concluded with the reuniting of The Shield.
Despite impressive numbers, fans have been vocal on the bait-and-switch used during this week's episode, where a title unification match between Kofi Kingston and Seth Rollins ended in a no-contest.
The company will host their annual Superstar Shake-Up on next week's show.