Roman Reigns & Ronda Rousey Dominate This Week’s WWE YouTube Numbers, Stephanie’s Return Scores Big

Once again Ronda Rousey dominated this week’s WWE YouTube numbers for her in-ring contract signing with Raw Women’s Champion Nia Jax, which also featured Stephanie McMahon. The Billion Dollar Princess drew big this week as well, as her opening monologue on Raw landed in the top four, and she was also featured in the Raw Top 10 segment.

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Despite being booed mercilessly, Roman Reigns continues to be featured in some of the most-watched videos every single week. His tag team match teaming with Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins was the second best video, with the only other match highlights to crack one million viewers coming from Finn Balor, Braun Strowman, Daniel Bryan and Jeff Hardy.

Interestingly, the Smackdown Live match between Lana and Billie Kay has been viewed almost 900,000 times, more than any other women’s match this week by a huge margin. For comparison, the match between Naomi and Sonya Deville only drew around 530K which was roughly the same as the two women’s matches on Raw as well.

Here are the top ten most watched videos from this week’s Raw and Smackdown:

Nia Jax/Ronda Rousey Contract Signing (2.2 million)Reigns & Rollins Tag Team Match (1.9 million)WWE Top 10 Wall-Busters (1.4 million)Stephanie McMahon Returns to Raw (1.2 million)WWE Top 10 Raw Moments (1.2 million)Finn Balor vs. Braun Strowman (1.1 million)Daniel Bryan vs. Jeff Hardy (1.1 million)Shinsuke Nakamura Reveals Stipulation (1.0 million)Bobby Lashley Attacks His “Sisters” (1.0 million)Lana vs. Billie Kay (887K)

As per usual, most of the backstage interviews with women’s wrestlers from Raw and Smackdown, as well as random videos of WWE Superstars out and about in their daily lives, are the least watched on YouTube this week. Highlights from NXT Live events and backstage content from 205 Live are also on the extremely low side, and it’s potentially worth noting that clips from “Something to Wrestle” on the WWE Network are not performing well at all.