WWE is currently on a hot streak which has been the case since Triple H took over as the head of Creative, following Vince McMahon’s temporary retirement last year. In fact, an episode of RAW is already on the break of selling out three months in advance.
WWE is also undoubtedly in the best shape thanks to CM Punk’s earth-shattering return to the company after almost ten years. After all, merchandise sales are through the roof, viewership has seen a major boost and morale, in general, is higher now after Punk returned.
According to WrestleTix on Twitter, it has been revealed that the March 25th, 2024 episode of Monday Night RAW, will be taking place in the Allstate Arena, Rosemont, IL. It was reported that the show has already sold 9,333 tickets out of a maximum capacity of 10,149. Currently, the show only has 816 tickets left to sell.
The initial count indicates strong ticket sales for this event, and it’s on track for a full sellout. Although not all sections are open yet, there is clear momentum in terms of ticket purchases. Presently, the plan is to keep the stage in place, but there is room for adjustments.
Considering the event’s proximity to WrestleMania and the months ahead, it wouldn’t be unexpected to see a setup change similar to what occurred at Survivor Series. Chicago continues to be a highly sought-after market for wrestling events, maintaining its status as a red-hot destination for such occasions.
Mar 25, 2024 • 6:30 PM
Allstate Arena, Rosemont, IL
Available Tickets => 816
Current Setup => 10,149
Tickets Distributed => 9,333
First Count. This event is on track for a full sellout. While not all sections are open yet, the momentum is clear. Currently, the stage won’t be removed, but plans can shift. Given its proximity to WrestleMania and the months ahead, a setup change, like the one at Survivor Series, wouldn’t be surprising. Chicago remains a red-hot market for them.
Resale => 1,484”
We will have to wait and see whether WWE will be able to keep up the momentum as we eventually head closer WrestleMania 40 next year. After all, the company has never been on such a hot streak before.
What’s your opinion on this incredible level of ticket sales for RAW next year? Do you feel WWE has never been hotter? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!