It was a bad week for WWE on the ratings front.

This past Monday's RAW drew 3.128 million viewers, which was down 6% from last week's 3.335 million viewers for last week's taped show from London. It was also the lowest rated and least watched episode since last December. Barring that episode, it was the lowest rated show since before the Monday Night Wars got hot.

As Marc noted, last night's WWE SmackDown drew 2.109 million viewers, down 13% from the 2.431 million viewers garnered for last week's show. While the show did face stiff competition from the NFL draft and the NBA playoffs, it was the least watched episode of SmackDown this year since the show moved to the USA Network. It is also one of the least watched first-run non-holiday episodes of the show in its history. There have only been six first run non-holiday episodes - which all aired last year on Syfy - that drew a lower audience, five of which were during football season.

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