AEW brought a big show to TBS this week, and despite the fact that Mercedes Mone did not make her debut for the company, fans in attendance still had a great time. They were also on hand to help make AEW history.

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All Elite Wrestling fans are a bit tribal, and even Saraya mentioned that recently, but they are certainly passionate. This week’s episode of Dynamite, which also saw a taping for Rampage, at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles was a noteworthy show for a couple of reasons.

While speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer noted that AEW set the record with Wednesday’s live Dynamite. The company marked their biggest walk-up ticket sales number in history.


It was noted that this is a good indication of how things are turning around for the pro wrestling business. Some upcoming AEW events don’t have the best pre-sales going for tickets right now, but fans certainly turned out in LA.

AEW is going to hammer California in a big way in the upcoming months. The company’s Revolution pay-per-view will take place in San Francisco on March 5th, 2023 at the Chase Center.

After Wednesday’s AEW show, where they reportedly drew a legit $700,000 gate, Tony Khan and company have to feel good about the rest of 2023. We will continue monitoring this ongoing situation with AEW here at Ringside News.

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Felix Upton

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