AEW is holding their first ever house show tonight and they have some high expectations.

The company opened up even more tickets for sale at Daily’s Place for their house show. This will mark the first house show for any major pro wrestling company since the pandemic, a milestone that AEW will soon claim.

According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, AEW is hoping to sell 1,300 tickets for their House Always Wins event. That is the same number of fans they brought in for their Revolution pay-per-view.

An AEW house show has a lot of possibilities, especially since the roster loves connecting with fans. House shows give stars an opportunity to have a bit more fun in the ring and even interact with those fans a bit more without having to worry about eating up television time.

We’ll have to see how AEW’s first-ever house show does, but they are certainly keeping their hopes up.

Felix Upton

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