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Monday’s WWE Raw attendance was the lowest since return to touring

WWE’s live event business has slowly declined since John Cena wrapped up his run with the company in late August.

With built-up demand after fans couldn’t attend shows for over a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the chance to see the former WWE Champion in person, WWE was selling a lot of tickets to their shows.

Months after returning to touring in July, WWE did its lowest attended Raw on Monday night at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California. The show drew 4,031 fans with 3,995 tickets sold and the rest being comped, according to WrestleTix. The maximum capacity for the venue is 18,064 and WWE only set up the show for 4,208 seats.

Here are the reported attendances for Raw shows since July:

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, California – 6,966
August 30: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – 4,818
September 6: Miami, Florida – 6,490
September 13: Boston, Massachusetts – 8,088
September 20: Raleigh, North Carolina – 7,956
September 27: Cincinnati, Ohio – 5,473
October 4: Nashville, Tennessee – 5,395
October 11: San Francisco, California – 4,031

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