The July 23rd edition of WWE RAW on the USA Network, which was the 1000th episode of the show, did a 3.84 rating, rounded to a 3.8 rating overall for the three hours, with hours of 3.48, 3.95 and 4.09. In its old 9-11pm timeslot, the show would have done a 4.02 rating.

The rating is the first time a RAW show has gone over the 4.0 rating in 3 years since the June 22nd, 2009 edition of the show which was commercial-free. The show averaged 6,020,000 viewers for all three hours, with the old timeslot averaging 6,310,000 viewers, the first time that RAW has topped 6 million viewers or more since the same episode.