Only that it wasn’t The Fiend taking on Orton but his alter ego, Bray Wyatt. There was some madness in the end as The Fiend made a surprise appearance and attacked the Viper.
There were some other big matches on show here too with Drew McIntyre and Sheamus having a lot of fun after pairing up.
They took on AJ Styles, The Miz and John Morrison in a handicap match and here are the results from the show.
WWE Raw results
Asuka beats Shayna Baszler
Ricochet and Dana Brooke beat Slapjack and Reckoning
Kofi Kingston beats Shelton Benjamin
Cedric Alexander beats Kofi Kingston
Styles, Miz and Morrison beat McIntyre and Sheamus
Bobby Lashley beats Jeff Hardy
Wyatt vs Orton ends in a no contest
WWE raw ratings
Despite the tease of seeing Orton take on Wyatt in the main event of Raw, the ratings didn’t turn out to be a boost from last week.
Last week, WWE Raw got 1.741million viewers, according to Showbuzz Daily. However, things didn’t improve this time around as they only got in 1.737m viewers this week.
Raw started off strong in the first hour with 1.852m but then the slide started to take place. The second hour brought in 1.775m viewers and the final hour only got in 1.583m viewers.
The average demo for the 18-49 group only got in 0.51 and both the ratings and the demo number were down from last week.
Raw has struggled to get viewers in recent months, and even with the tease of the main event, things aren’t clicking for them.
The middle of the show wasn’t all that great, to be honest, but it was fun watching McIntyre and Sheamus work together and then send Pat Buck through a table.
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