WWE Monday Night RAW Ratings (3/11/13); Third Hour Declines For the Ninth Straight Week

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Credit – PWTorch

Without a loaded Raw like two weeks ago or buzz for The Undertaker’s return & Old-School theme last week, WWE Raw on Monday, March 11 dipped to a three-week ratings low.

Raw scored a 3.36 rating, down five percent from a 3.54 rating last week. Two weeks ago, Raw scored a 3.46 rating.

Raw averaged 4.81 million viewers, down four percent from an average of 5.02 million viewers last week. Raw did top viewership from two weeks ago, though.

Hourly Break Down: 4.98 million first hour viewers for the first look at how WWE would tribute Paul Bearer following Bill Moody’s death, 4.89 million second hour viewers, and a seven percent decline to 4.57 million third hour viewers.

It was the ninth consecutive week that Raw’s third hour viewership declined from the second hour. It also marks 32 out of 34 shows during the Three-Hour Raw Era to have that distinction.