AEW is bringing a live Rampage to Miami this week. That also caused WWE to whip out a Supershow on FS1 where the final thirty minutes of SmackDown will run into Rampage. It turns out that AEW isn’t selling that many tickets for their show on Friday.

According to a report from Dave Meltzer on F4WOnline, ticket sales for this week’s Dynamite are not moving at all. In fact, the get-in price is ten bucks and they are reportedly “very weak” in terms of ticket sales.

AEW announced Heritage Night for the Rampage tapings in Miami which had very weak ticket sales as of the weekend.  If you bring your flag you get in for $10 and get a photo with Cody Rhodes.

AEW has a loaded Rampage this week, but that hasn’t encouraged ticket sales. This is a very interesting situation as Tony Khan’s company expected their Miami show to go a bit differently in terms of fan interest.

You can check out the line-up (so far) below for AEW Rampage this week. The first thirty minutes of the live show will go head-to-head against a commercial-free SmackDown.

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