AEW’s inception came about at Double Or Nothing 2019 and since then, the company has done all it could to provide a product that true lovers of pro wrestling would enjoy. For the most part, they have succeeded, but there is still lot of room for improvement. It seems WWE is having trouble selling tickets for an upcoming show.
AEW has all the momentum in the world right now thanks to the debuts of CM Punk, Bryan Danielson and Adam Cole to their roster, ensuring that the roster is one of the most stacked in all of pro wrestling
According to Wrestle Tix, WWE has slashed ticket prices for the upcoming episode of Monday Night RAW at UBS Arena in Long Island, New York, on November 29. It was reported that WWE has sold/distributed 3,130 tickets so far and this is after announcing that Roman Reigns will be on the show.
UBS Arena, Belmont Park – Long Island, NY WWE Raw • Nov 29 Available Tickets => 3,970 (-427) Tickets Distributed => 3,130/7,100 (44%)
AEW Dynamite • Dec 08 Available Tickets => 2,060 (-103) Tickets Distributed => 7,639/9,699 (79%)
Current ticket prices for Monday Night RAW are now lower than AEW ticket prices in most of the sections. On the other hand, AEW Dynamite has sold/distributed 7,639 tickets so far and are close to selling out the venue. They have sold/distributed nearly 80 percent of the allotted tickets.
The UBS Arena will officially open on November 29 and Monday Night RAW will be the first wrestling event at that venue. A few days later on Dec. 8, AEW will air a live episode of Dynamite and also tape Rampage. AEW is certainly having no trouble selling tickets right now and it remains to be seen how long they will manage to sell tickets so well.
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