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Monday night's 30th anniversary edition of WWE Raw was a special night for talent, fans, and the company.

On Tuesday morning, WWE announced the event generated the most money from ticket sales in Raw's 30-year history from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This only includes Raw shows that took place in the US.

"The @WWEUniverse in Philadelphia showed up and showed out last night," WWE wrote. "#RAWXXX at @WellsFargoCtr had the highest domestic gate in the 30-year history of #WWERaw,” WWE touted.

WWE announced the attendance was 16,957. According to WrestleTix, the show drew 14,451. WWE is known to inflate attendance numbers for its shows when announcing the figure during broadcasts.

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