AEW brought their first episode of Collision for fans last week, and the company will continue from that point. We do not know about how many people tuned in to see the show yet, but they have a bit more interest now.

Ticket sales for AEW Collision were not doing well at all. Now, it seems that they are moving a bit more after the big Collision debut episode.

Dave Meltzer commented on AEW Collision’s situation during Wrestling Observer Radio. It was noted that ticket sales for the company’s Saturday night show have improved.

It sometimes only takes a big angle, but the problem is that there may not be a big angle, but if you watch the TV show then there may be an angle, so the tickets are doing better.


In some of the Canadian shows, the tickets are doing better, but they also lowered ticket prices.

They’ve moved about 3,000 tickets for their next week’s show. On another note, AEW Dynamite might sell out in Chicago.

“It’s not enough to say that it’s turned around, but it’s a positive. It’s moving quicker in markets than they had been moving. It’s a noticeable change.”

We’ll have to see if AEW can continue moving tickets for AEW Collision. This is a good sign for Tony Khan’s company, because the ticket sales for the first few shows so far weren’t amazing out of the gate.

What’s your take on this situation with AEW ticket prices? Sound off in the comments!

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