Tony Khan is not the one to shy away from hyping fan support for Dynamite. The AEW head honcho promoted the September 14th edition of Dynamite, which took place inside the MVP Arena in Albany, New York. The crowd in attendance, however, was silent for most part of the night.

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A picture from the arena that found its way to social media showed little crowd during Swerve In Our Glory’s match with Penta and Rey Fenix. Fans in attendance weren’t particularly loud for the show’s main event between Bryan Danielson and Chris Jericho as well.

AEW camera, on the other hand, showed parts of the arena with the most fans in them. Big wrestling companies are no stranger to making tall claims about strong fan attendance. WWE follows the same approach.

Obviously, AEW wants their crowds to look great on television. Things might be a different story if you’re actually in the house. You may check out the pictures below.

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