Seth Rollins and AOP defeated The Big Show and Samoa Joe in a Fist Fight with help from Buddy … [+] Murphy.
WWE Raw featured another instant classic between Aleister Black and Buddy Murphy while R-Truth goofed around with Brock Lesnar before taking the F-5. The main event featured WWE’s first-ever Fist Fight as The Big Show, Kevin Owens and Samoa Joe fell to Seth Rollins and AOP with help from apparent new recruit Buddy Murphy.
Last week’s broadcast of Raw drew 2.385 million viewers, which was down despite no competition from major sports. That will not be the tonight as Raw will go head-to-head with the College Football Playoff National Championship game. Raw’s viewership marks its highest number since September 30.
WWE Raw Viewership—Last Five Weeks:
January 6, 2020—2.385 million viewers December 30, 2019—2.439 million viewers December 23, 2019—1.835 million viewers December 16, 2019—2.053 million viewers December 9, 2019—2.150 million viewers
WWE Raw Key Competition:
College Football Playoff National Championship: Clemson Tigers vs. LSU Tigers The Bachelor
From the Forbes WWE Vault:
WWE Total YouTube Viewership for Raw Last Monday: 10,435,284 (Down from 11,531,285 views)
Most-Viewed: Big Show, Kevin Owens and Samoa Joe vs. Seth Rollins and The AOP (2,202,872 views) Least-Viewed: Akira Tozawa vs. AJ Styles (276,332 views) Median Viewership: 527,883
Average Attendance for “B City”: 6,496
Average WWE Raw Ticket Price at the Rupp Arena: $55
Estimated Live Gate for WWE Raw: $357,280
WWE Raw Results: Monday, January 13, 2020
Drew McIntyre def. Randy Orton and AJ Styles
Boy does it seem like WWE is finally serious about a Drew McIntyre