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Monday Night RAW is set to take place tonight live at the INTRUST Bank arena in Wichita, KS and it seems the ticket sales have so far been low.
Monday Night RAW has seen low ticket sales
Wrestletix is reporting that WWE has sold a lackluster 3,000 tickets with just over 24 hours to go before the show. The lowest-attended TV show the company has done since returning to the road after last year’s SummerSlam was an episode of RAW in San Francisco, CA on October 11. The attendance for that show was 4,000, and the main event of the night was a tag team match between The Usos and the team of Drew McIntyre and Big E.
Wichita seems to be pretty low with the ticket sales for WWE shows, as the last time the company was here, the October 22 episode of Friday Night SmackDown sold a meager 4,500 tickets in an arena with a capacity of over 15,000 people.
Vince McMahon’s company has recently been in the news due to low ticket sales, as July 2, 2022’s Money in the Bank was moved from the 65-70,000 seat Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, NV to the much smaller MGM Grand Arena in the same city. This was reportedly due to low ticket sales for the event.
Two segments have thus far been announced for tomorrow’s Monday Night RAW. Seth Rollins will be involved in a promo segment. After attacking an already injured Cody Rhodes on last week’s episode, he promised to explain his actions to the WWE universe. This segment could also be used to kickstart the Monday Night Messiah’s next feud.
While, the second is a promo by The Judgment Day. Last week, Damien Priest and Rhea Ripley kicked Edge, the leader, out of the group a day after winning their first match as a collective. Finn Balor is now the head of the stable. They will explain their actions as well.