WWE RAW Rating Down, More On Low Viewership, John Cena And Nikki Bella, WWE - #GivingTuesday

- As noted, Monday's post-Survivor Series WWE RAW drew 2.964 million viewers, down from last week's 3.293 million viewers and a new non-holiday record low. The final rating for the show was a 2.16, down from last week's 2.28.

This is the lowest RAW rating going back to before the Attitude Era. Dave Meltzer noted on F4WOnline that the 2.964 million viewers was the first time RAW dipped below 3 million since 1997.

- WWE is supporting this year's #GivingTuesday campaign, which connects people for one common purpose – to celebrate and encourage giving. This year they are asking fans to donate to WWE partners Connor's Cure, DoSomething.org, First Book, GLAAD, Hire Heroes USA, Make-A-Wish, Special Olympics, Susan G. Komen and USO Metro. Details are in the tweet below:

- WWE is auctioning off John Cena and Nikki Bella's "Dumb & Dumber" Halloween costumes from this year to benefit Make-A-Wish. Details are at the link in this tweet: