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WWE SmackDown ratings down for Money in the Bank go-home show

SmackDown still finished first on the major networks in the 18-49 demo.

Friday's Money in the Bank go-home edition of WWE SmackDown averaged 2.142 million viewers on Fox, down four percent from the previous week. Despite this being the second straight week of audience decline, it's still SmackDown's third-highest viewership number since April 15.

SmackDown led the major networks in the 18-49 demo, and finished second in all of television, with a 0.49 rating. That's down 8.2 percent from last week but is also the show's third-highest rating in that demo since April 15. SmackDown only trailed programming on Univision, which drew a 0.50 rating.

SmackDown also led all English-language programming on TV with a 0.32 rating in the 18-34 demo, almost double ABC's Shark Tank which was the next closest competition on the major broadcast networks.

As compared to the same week in 2021, SmackDown was up 15.1 percent in overall viewers and up 6.5 percent in 18-49.

Listed below are the last 11 weeks of overall viewership and 18-49 demo ratings for SmackDown, as well as the 10-week averages in both categories. This week's show was up 6.5 percent in viewers and up 4.3 percent in 18-49 as compared to the recent averages.

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