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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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