WWE continues to deal with low attendance for its live television events.
WrestleTix noted that Friday’s episode of SmackDown was the lowest attended show for the blue brand since the company returned to live event touring in July.
4,180 tickets were sold for the show with an estimated capacity being 4,682.
WWE Friday Night SmackDown
Fri • Oct 29 • 7:45 PM
Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza, Wilkes-Barre, PA
Estimated Setup/Capacity => 4,682
Tickets Distributed => 4,180 (89%)
— WrestleTix (@WrestleTix) October 30, 2021
For the October 11th edition of Raw in San Francisco, California, the company set its lowest attended Raw with 3,995 tickets being sold and 4,031 fans in attendance with comps.
WWE’s live event business has slowly declined since John Cena wrapped up his run with the company in late August, which also came around the same time that the company returned to touring after holding shows at the Performance Center and inside the ThunderDome.
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