A record number of viewers watched the ad, as last night's game was the most watched television show in U.S. history. The game averaged 111.5 million people, surpassing the previous record of 111.3 million set by Super Bowl XLVI (New York Giants defeating New England Patriots 21-17) on NBC in 2012.
- WOWT NBC Omaha has an interview with Damien Sandow at this link, which you can check out above. Sandow was promoting tonight's RAW, and was asked about his workout routine. Sandow noted that he tries to hit the gym four days a week.
"What I'll do, is I will look at my schedule the week before and kind of map our how far the drives are and when the best times are to get my workouts in," Sandow said.
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