WWE has fans all over the world, and it’s nothing at this point to see the company pack out big venues. It seems that WWE might do something special to make sure they can put as many fans in the building that they can.

WWE is breaking attendance records all the time, and it looks like they are going to maybe change up their live event set-up so even more fans can enjoy the show.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted that WWE is talking about doing smaller stages for their lives shows. This was caused by such a large advance for so many events. They can fit a lot more fans in the building with the right setup.

There is at least talk of doing a smaller stage at some arenas or TVs where the advance is strong. It was never really talked about because the 12,000 to 13,000 max at the major arenas with the current staging was more than they were selling except for PPV shows. But now, there are many shows where they can sell more than 15,000 like they did in San Juan and London and could have probably done in MSG.


WWE is on a roll right now, and there is no telling how popular the company will be this time next year. Only time will tell if WWE can keep boasting attendance records as time goes on.

The company is selling a lot of tickets, but the bubble could always burst again for them. Hopefully, they can continue this momentum as their creative stories strengthen in the process.

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