Source: Wrestling Observer
Raw was slightly down in the ratings from last week, but averaged 2.83 million viewers which is a decent number by modern standards during football season.
The first show since the SmackDown invasion started out strong, but once again collapsed in the third hour.
Raw was sixth for the night on cable, trailing the Kansas City Chiefs vs. Denver Broncos Monday Night Football game, which did 10.42 million viewers, and four news shows.
Dancing with the Stars, which featured Nikki Bella for the final time since she was voted off the show, did 9.93 million viewers.
The third hour collapsed among women, as with women 18-49, the second to third hour drop was 18 percent, and with women 12-17, the drop in the same hour was 36 percent. The male drop in the 18-49 demo was eight percent. There was also an unusually huge drop from hour one to hour two, as well as two to three, among the 50+ viewers.
Ironically, last week, in the demos that went down, they ended up unusually strong the next night for SmackDown.
The three hours were:
8 p.m. 3.10 million viewers
9 p.m. 2.94 million viewers
10 p.m. 2.52 million viewers