Monday’s RAW Episode Was The Lowest-Attended Show Since WWE Returned To Touring

WWE returned to live touring with the July 16 episode of SmackDown from the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas with fans in attendance and the promotion were selling a good amount of tickets for their shows since then as the excitement and anticipation of the fans as well as the demand of attending live pro wrestling shows were at an all-time high.

Unfortunately, there has been a decline in ticket sales since 16-time World Heavyweight Champion John Cena wrapped up his latest run with the company in late August. According to WrestleTix, WWE RAW this past Monday night, which took place at the Chase Center in San Francisco, California, was the lowest-attended RAW since WWE returned to live touring with fans in attendance.

RAW this past Monday night reportedly drew a total of 4,031 fans with 3,995 tickets sold and the rest being comped. The maximum capacity for the Chase Center is about 18,000 plus fans for Basketball, but WWE only had 4,208 seats set up for this past Monday's RAW. The highest-attended episode of RAW since WWE returned to live touring was the August 2 episode from Chicago, which drew a total of 12,629 fans in attendance.

You can check out the reported attendance figures WWE RAW had since the company returned to the road, courtesy of WrestleTix, along with WrestleTix's tweet:

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