With less than three weeks until WWE's biggest event of the year —"WrestleMania 32" — Vince McMahon and company are putting everything they have into "Monday Night RAW" for the next several weeks. It paid off this week, as "WWE Entertainment" took Monday night's top three cable ratings positions. With a rating that increased by .1 every new hour, "RAW" averaged a 1.3 rating through all three hours, which puts it at about 3.4 or 3.5 million viewers at any given time.

Adult Swim registered nine of the top seventeen rated shows on Monday night, including three episodes of "Family Guy," two episodes of "American Dad," and two episodes of "Robot Chicken." Other top rated shows from Monday night include "Better Call Saul" (AMC), "Vanderpump Rules" (Bravo), "Street Outlaws: NOLA" (Discovery) and the Utah Jazz vs.

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Monday night's Top 10 spots came in as follows:

  • WWE Monday Night RAW (10:00, USA) — 1.4 — 3.5 million viewers
  • WWE Monday Night RAW (9:00, USA) — 1.3 — 3.4 million viewers
  • WWE Monday Night RAW (8:00, USA) — 1.2 — 3.5 million viewers
  • Family Guy (11:00, Adult Swim) — 1.0 — 2.1 million viewers
  • Family Guy (11:30, Adult Swim) — 1.0 — 2.0 million viewers
  • Better Call Saul (10:00, AMC) — 0.8 — 2.0 million views
  • American Dad (10:30, Adult Swim) — 0.7 — 1.7 million views
  • Vanderpump Rules (9:00, Bravo) — 0.7 — 1.4 million views
  • Street Outlaws: NOLA (9:00, Discovery) — 0.7 — 1.6 million views
  • American Dad (10:00, Adult Swim) — 0.6 — 1.5 million views

The third hour of "WWE RAW" included the match between Triple H and Dolph Ziggler, the post-match brawl between Triple H and Roman Reigns, the backstage segment featuring Goldust and R-Truth, Chris Jericho vs.

Neville, and the subsequent promo work with A.J. Styles and the closing segment featuring The Undertaker, Vince McMahon, and Shane McMahon.

The second hour of "WWE RAW" kicked off with Triple H and Stephanie's promo, Sami Zayn vs. The Miz, Team Bella vs. Team B.A.D., and backstage promos featureing Paige, Lana, WWE Divas Champion Charlotte, Dean Ambrose, and Mick Foley. 

The opening hour of "WWE RAW" included The New Day vs. The League of Nations, an exchange of words between Dean Ambrose and Team Lesnar, and Ryback vs. Sin Cara.