AEW is getting a lot of negative attention after the All Out media scrum brawl. CM Punk, The Young Bucks, Ace Steel, and Kenny Omega are all still under suspension. However, Tony Khan is making sure that regardless, no AEW shows suffer in quality.
The sales figures for the upcoming September 21st AEW Dynamite Grand Slam are in. While they are not low by any means, it seems that AEW might not see a complete sellout for the show in Arthur Ashe Stadium.
The current capacity for the show is capped at 14,556. However, WrestleTix reported that they’ve only been able to sell only 11,453 tickets so far. This still leaves out a pretty big gap of 3,113 tickets being available.
Available Tickets => 3,113
Current Setup/Capacity => 14,566
Tickets Distributed => 11,453
AEW Dynamite has a pretty solid lineup for the fans to see, though. A new AEW World Champion is going to be crowned as well. Hopefully, they can sell some more tickets for their big return to Flushing.
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