John Cena is returning to WWE for the March 6th episode of RAW. A lot of things could happen that night in Boston, and they will likely have a 100% sellout for the night. The company was also able to move a lot of tickets by shuffling around the price tiers a bit.
According to WrestleTix, there are only 535 left for the March 6th RAW in Boston. The current set-up is for 11,518, and 10,983 tickets have been distributed as of the report.
It was also noted that WWE was able to move another 1,000 seats for the show thanks to moving some platinum tickets down to the standard ticket tier.
So here’s the story. They moved almost another 1K tickets after lowering a lot of Platinum tickets down to standard ticket prices. After Cena sold the initial big wave of tickets, sales slowed with the majority of tickets remaining being priced aggressively, but the minute they lowered them, they moved pretty fast. No doubt this will be another sell out show come next Monday.
It was also noted that there are only currently 679 tickets on the secondary market. Obviously, that could change as the event gets closer. The show will certainly be a big ticket for Boston that night.
We’ll have to see how John Cena’s return to Boston goes down. Obviously, fans will expect some build for WrestleMania, because it is expected that he will battle Austin Theory at the show of shows. The United States Title might even be in play during that encounter.
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