AEW produces their content in Florida, a state which has already charged into phase 3 of reopening. The company could have a much larger audience at their shows if they wished, but Tony Khan’s company is determined to take it slowly for the safety of everyone involved.
Tickets for Full Gear go on sale today, October 30th. They are giving themselves nine days to sell all of their available tickets, but they aren’t filling up the entire Daily’s Place venue.
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted that AEW is selling 925 tickets for Full Gear. This is more than they have sold during any pandemic event. The company is also opening up the 300 section of the amphitheater for the pay-per-view.
Now fans will be in a new section of Daily’s Place along with the areas they already opened. The company doesn’t want fans getting too close to the ring. Those individuals at ringside passed AEW’s tests to be in their bubble. The thought is to keep fans far enough away so they can’t spread COVID-19, even if they have it.