News On Attendance Of Last Night's WWE Survivor Series PPV Event

Last night's WWE Survivor Series Event from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York City reportedly had a total of about 15,120 fans in attendance as announced by WWE commentator Michael Cole, but it's been known that WWE often announces more than the actual attendance numbers.

To compare, the 2012 WWE TLC PPV, which was the first-ever PPV Event of WWE from the Barclays Center, had a sold-out crowd of 15,748 fans in attendance, while the 2015 NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn Event, which also took place from the Barclays Center, had a total of 15,589 fans in attendance. Several other PPV Events that took place from the Barclays Center include the 2016 NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn II Event with a total of 15,671 fans and the 2019 NXT TakeOver: New York Event with a sold-out crowd of 15,697 fans in attendance.

The August 24th, 2015 episode of WWE RAW, which also took place from the Barclays Center, had a sold-out crowd of 15,587 fans in attendance, while the December 28th, 2015 episode of WWE Monday Night RAW had a sold-out crowd of 15,695 fans in attendance. The 2017 WWE SummerSlam PPV, which also took place from the Barclays Center, had a total of 16,128 fans, while the 25th Anniversary of RAW in January of 2018 a sold-out crowd of 15,990 fans in attendance. The March 20th, 2017 episode of RAW had announced a total of 16,160 fans in attendance.