AEW performers and crew are inside the Arthur Ashe Stadium for ‘Dynamite: Grand Slam’ tonight. The show is loaded with title matches, including the Grand Slam Tournament of Champions Finals to determine a new AEW World Champion. That being said, they didn’t sell out the venue like last time.

Click here for our full coverage of AEW ‘Dynamite: Grand Slam.’

AEW is known to adjust camera angles to show ‘packed crowds’ for its shows in the states. The company did the same during ‘Dynamite: Grand Slam’ tonight as well, but live shots of the crowd presented a completely different picture. See the picture below.

The company has several thousand tickets available before it can sell out ‘Rampage: Grand Slam’ as well. According to WrestleTix Patreon, AEW has distributed 12, 396 out of the 15,432 for their Friday show.

AEW Dynamite / Rampage – Grand Slam Wed • Sep 21 • 7:00 PM Arthur Ashe Stadium, Flushing, NY Available Tickets => 3,036 Current Setup/Capacity => 15,432 Tickets Distributed => 12,396 (+194)

AEW will tape ‘Rampage: Grand Slam’ immediately following the conclusion of Dynamite tonight. As always, Ringside News will bring you the spoiler results. Click here to read the card for Rampage this week. You can check out the video from Chris Goldsmith below.

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Manik Aftab

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