WWE hit huge mark when WrestleMania tickets went on sale. Fans hit up the box office in a huge way for that big 2024 Philly event. WWE hasn’t even announced a match yet, and tickets were going for huge prices.

Those remaining WrestleMania tickets are already going for huge prices. That being said, they were nothing compared to ringside seats, because those were ridiculously priced.

Eric Bischoff said on his 83 Weeks podcast that he was told that ringside tickets sold out for WrestleMania. Those tickets that went first were also priced at $10k each. This should stop any narrative that pro wrestling fans are in a lower social demographic.

“A friend of mine contacted me to tell me that ringside seats were for WrestleMania. Let’s not gloss over that. WrestleMania went on sale [last] week. A friend of mine contacted me to tell me that ringside seats were $10,000 a copy, and they were the first to sell out. So much for ‘pro wrestling fans don’t have a lot of disposable income ’cause they’re just a bunch of hicks, and they’re on the bottom level of the social income and things.’ That is certainly the assumption out there, but AEW and WWE with their ticket numbers have proven that wrong.”


WrestleMania tickets flew once they went on sale. On the other hand, AEW also has an impressive achievement with All In London. That being said, we have not heard any story about $10k tickets for Wembley Stadium’s show.

We will keep an eye on WrestleMania, and all the news leading up to the showcase of the immortals. Only time will tell what WWE books for the card, but they are already looking at a very possible 100% sellout by the time WrestleMania 40 rolls around.

What’s your take on WrestleMania tickets going for $10k? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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