14 Unknown facts about WWE RAW
Monday Night Raw is broadcast in both English and Thai in China on several local networks including on Taiwan's Videoland Television Network.
Since 2003, Monday Night Raw has shown on Fox8 in Australia, normally on a 27-hour tape delay, but starting of February 4, 2014, it has been showing live.
Various members of the roster have presented recurrent on-air segments on Monday Night Raw.
There have been 1,024 episodes and 2,089 broadcast hours of Monday Night Raw.
People in the United States have seen Raw 4 billion times in the last 20 years.
Since 1993, WWE has fed around 169 tonnes of steak, 51 tonnes of potatoes, 8,000 cases of veggies, and 500,000 cookies to Superstars, Divas, and crew at Raw.
The most episodes of Monday Night Raw have been broadcast in New York City (27) followed by Cleveland (18), Atlanta (17), Boston (17), and Chicago (16). (17)
To broadcast Monday Night Raw, 12 production trucks, 8 crew buses, 5 talent buses, 2 television trucks, 1 satellite truck, and 1 generator truck are utilised each week.
Monday Night Raw switched to a two-hour schedule on February 3, 1997, to compete with Nitro's extra hour, and by March 10, it was rebranded Raw Is War.
Monday Night Raw was broadcast live each week from the Grand Ballroom at the Manhattan Center, a tiny New York City auditorium.
The first Monday Night Raw aired on CBS and was sixty minutes long, breaking new ground in broadcast professional wrestling.
Monday Night Raw has televised live from 208 different arenas in 171 cities and towns across eleven different countries since its initial edition.
Monday Night Raw celebrated its 20th anniversary on January 14, 2013.
Monday Night Raw aired its 1000th episode on July 23, 2012, marking the start of the show's three-hour format.
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