AEW has undergone a lot of changes since its debut back in 2019 and that includes its overall presentation and how the company conducts its business. Dynamite remains AEW’s flagship show, and Tony Khan tries to make sure each episode is a must-see. For the most part, AEW doesn’t have trouble selling tickets. It seems AEW’s first show of next year will likely be a sellout, judging by the number of tickets they have already sold.

2022 has been a year of ups and downs for AEW in many ways, especially after what transpired after AEW All Out. Regardless, the company is focusing on the future and looking ahead to 2023.

The first episode of AEW Dynamite next year will take place on January 4th and emanate from the Climate Pledge Arena, Seattle, WA. According to Wrestle Tix, AEW has sold 7,440 tickets out of a total capacity of 10,169 tickets. They have yet to sell 2,729 tickets, but they still have more than enough time to make up for that.

AEW Dynamite


Wed • Jan 04, 2023 • 4:00 PM

Climate Pledge Arena, Seattle, WA

Available Tickets => 2,729

Current Setup/Capacity => 10,169

Tickets Distributed => 7,440

AEW is currently busy setting up the upcoming two episodes of Dynamite, as they want to end the year on a high note. We’ll have to see whether AEW will manage to start 2023 in a good way. For the time being, AEW certainly has a lot of momentum on their side.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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