The Five Key Events from WWE Raw 1000 with Long-Term Effects

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The Five Key Events from WWE Raw 1000 with Long-Term Effects
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The ratings for the 1000th episode of WWE Monday Night Raw were through the roof. The show did a 3.86 rating over the three hours, and averaged 6.04 million viewers. The show averaged a 4.03 rating and 6.31 million viewers over the final two hours. Not only was it up from the average, but it was one of the most watched episodes of Raw in ten years. The show worked in terms of satisfying viewers. There's no denying that. 

The real test will be to see what the ratings are for episodes 1001 and 1002 going up against the Olympics, but you can be sure that WWE officials are absolutely thrilled about the rating from Monday's show.

Let's take a closer look at five of the key events from the show. 

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