WWE Raw News - 2014 WWE Raw Updates
1/17/14 - Last Monday we saw Daniel Bryan score an underdog upset, Damien Sandow put up an incredible fight against John Cena, and the Real Americans are slid quickly in tag team rankings while the Usos put up an epic show of strength in their steel cage victory over Daniel Bryan & Bray Wyatt on Jan 13. Next week’s edition on Jan 20 will see the return of Dave “The Animal” Batista, so you won’t want to miss it! It’s the last big event you’ll see until the big Royal Rumble (Jan 26) and tickets run from $38 - $236. Get in on the action with WWE Raw tickets each Monday!
8/5/13 - Aside from Monday Night Football
, WWE Raw is the top Monday institution in American sports. For the past 20 years, WWE Raw has brought the best in live wrestling to audiences all across the world. Raw currently touts top superstars such as WWE Champion John Cena, Intercontinental Champion Curtis Axel, Chief Operating Officer Triple H, United States Champion Dean Ambrose, and Champion Tag Team The Shield. Seeing these athletes compete on TV can be awe-inspiring, but witnessing a WWE event live is a completely different experience. From chairs, to tables, to ladders, to steel cages, Raw shows are best viewed in person
The average price for tickets to WWE Monday Night Raw is currently $118, almost identical to the average price for the live Tuesday WWE Smackdown events. Both Smackdown and Raw are much more affordable than WWE Main Events, which are more than twice as expensive. The most expensive individual WWE Raw show comes on 9/9 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, with an average price of $147. The 11/25 show at Nassau Coliseum in New York is the most expensive U.S. date, with an average price of $135. Averaging just $52, the least expensive date is 9/16 at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland.