Average WWE RAW And SmackDown Ratings Down For September 2015, WWE Live Event Stats, More

- WWE RAW averaged a 2.41 rating with 3.36 million viewers in September 2015, down 13.6% from the 2.79 rating in September 2014 and down 14.3% from the 3.92 million viewers in September 2014. The average in 2013 was a 2.84 rating with 3.85 million viewers and 2012 had an average 2.83 rating with 4.04 million viewers.

- WWE SmackDown averaged a 1.50 rating and 2.06 million viewers for September 2015, down 20.6% from the Friday night airing's 2.89 rating in 2014 and down 21.7% from the 2.63 million viewers in September 2014. The 2013 average was a 1.92 rating with 2.63 million viewers and the 2012 average was a 1.90 rating with 2.78 million viewers.

- WWE live events averaged 4,111 paid fans in September 2015, down 10.1% from the 4,575 paid fans in September 2014. The average for the same month in 2013 was 5,063 and the average in 2012 was 4,104.

- Based on main event matches for regular WWE live events, the Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose vs. Braun Strowman and Bray Wyatt events averaged 3,600 fans while Seth Rollins vs. John Cena averaged 3,567 fans, Sheamus vs. Randy Orton averaged 3,250 fans, Cena vs. Kevin Owens averaged 3,150 fans and Reigns vs. Wyatt averaged 2,560 fans.

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

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