WWE had the worst attendance numbers since their return to touring with last night’s Raw. With previous reports of Survivor Series struggling to sell tickets, Raw appears to be facing the same problem.

Last night’s Raw featured the first round of Raw’s matches from both the King of the Ring and Queen’s Crown tournaments. Despite the new tournament, Raw’s attendance numbers were very low.

As reported by WrestleTix on Twitter, Raw last night in San Francisco had a reported attendance of 4,031. Since Raw’s return to touring in July, the highest attendance for Raw was 12,629 from Chicago.

WWE Monday Night RAW

Mon • Oct 11 • 4:30 PM

Chase Center, San Francisco, CA Estimated

Setup/Capacity => 4,208

Tickets Distributed => 3,995 (95%)

The lowest attended Raw since returning to the road.

With many fans frustrated with the quality of Raw, the attendance is reflecting the opinions expressed by the fans. Whether or not WWE has any big changes in mind in response to the attendance numbers remains to be seen.

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Jack Waynick

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