WWE: RAW Ratings Update, Kickoff Show and Hall of Fame Ratings, Billie Kay

RAW After WrestleMania Ratings Update

As noted before, Monday’s episode of WWE RAW drew an average of 2,923,000 viewers on USA Network. This episode featured the fallout of WrestleMania 35 and traditionally generates RAW’s highest number for the year due to its special status as a “RAW After Mania” episode.

The Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer reported that last night’s post-WrestleMania 35 episode of RAW broke the all-time record for the least viewed post-WrestleMania episode in series history.

Ratings for USA Network’s WrestleMania 35 Kickoff Show and 2019 Hall of Fame Special

The second hour of Sunday’s WWE WrestleMania 35 Kickoff Show reportedly drew 749,000 viewers on USA Network, according to Post Wrestling. Post Wrestling’s John Pollock reported that last year’s WrestleMania 34 Kickoff Show on the network drew 762,000 viewers.

Monday’s one-hour 2019 WWE Hall of Fame special reportedly drew 1,154,000 viewers on USA Network. This was up compared to last year’s Hall of Fame special on the network which reportedly drew 665,000 viewers.

Billie Kay Comments on The IIconics Winning the Women’s Tag Team Championship at WrestleMania

Australian newspaper The Queensland Times held a recent interview with Billie Kay and one of the topics discussed included her thoughts on winning the Women’s Tag Team Championship with Peyton Royce at WrestleMania 35.

“Everything kind of went silent, but I heard the three count and then my body just went into this really big noodle. And I kind of just collapsed.

I remember Peyton coming in, and us just crying our eyes out, and then we got handed these championships.

I will never feel something like that again in my entire life and I am so damn proud of us. This is what we worked for and, man, we did it.”