‘Brutal’ Attendance For Last Night’s WWE Raw

‘Brutal’ Attendance For Last Night’s WWE Raw

Just two weeks away from the Royal Rumble, WWE saw its second lowest live attendance for a show since the pandemic started for last night’s Monday Night Raw (not including empty arena shows).

According to Dave Meltzer on the latest edition of Wrestling Observer Radio, around 3,000 paid fans attended the show, an attendance Meltzer described as “brutal”.

He said:

“This was the second smallest crowd I believe since the pandemic. They were just over, a little over 3,000 paid. That’s pretty brutal. I think the only one that was lower was the San Francisco one. So yeah, brutal.

“They had less people than AEW had (in) Raleigh for (last) Wednesday and Friday’s show. But WWE – it looked better. They’ll go in there with 4,000 people in a building, and they know how to set it up and everything. It looked fine on television, it wasn’t even dark or anything.”

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Tickets for the Royal Rumble itself have, unsurprisingly, sold a little better than the tickets for Raw, with around 28,000 tickets sold for the show which is being taped at The Dome in St Louis. The Dome has a capacity of around 40,000 for events like wrestling.

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2 years ago by Andy Datson


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