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Monday’s RAW episode was the least attended show since WWE returned to the tour – WWE Sports

WWE returned to a live tour from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas on the July 16th episode of SmackDown, with fans attending. Since then, in the excitement and expectations of the fans, and the expectations of the fans, the promotion has sold a lot of tickets for the show. The demand for attending live wrestling shows was higher than ever.

Unfortunately, ticket sales have declined since 16-time world heavyweight champion John Cena finished her latest match against the company in late August. According to WrestleTix, WWE RAW last Monday night at Chase Center in San Francisco, CA was the least attended RAW since WWE returned to the live tour with fan participation.

RAW reportedly last Monday night attracted a total of 4,031 fans, sold 3,995 tickets and the rest were compensated. The Chase Center has a maximum capacity of about 18,000 and has basketball fans, but WWE had only 4,208 seats for RAW last Monday. Since WWE’s return to the live tour, RAW’s most-attended episode was the August 2nd episode from Chicago, with a total of 12,629 fans.

Along with WrestleTix’s tweets, WrestleTix’s courtesy allows you to see the number of attendees WWE RAW reported after the company returned to the road.

July 19: Dallas, Texas – 9,189
July 26: Kansas City, Missouri – 7,745
August 2: Chicago, Illinois – 12,629
August 9: Orlando, Florida – 8,225
August 16: San Antonio, Texas – 7,923
August 23: San Diego, CA – 6,966
August 30: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – 4,818
September 6: Miami, Florida – 6,490
September 13: Boston, Massachusetts – 8,088
September 20: Raleigh, NC – 7,956
September 27: Cincinnati, Ohio – 5,473
October 4: Nashville, TN – 5,395
October 11: San Francisco, CA – 4,031


– WWE Sports

Monday’s RAW episode was the least attended show since WWE returned to the tour

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