WWE has been booming with its multiple ventures, whether it is strong TV deals from USA network and FOX to clinching a $5 Billion staggering offer from the content streaming giant, Netflix for RAW starting in 2025.

Not only that, their live event figures have been also remarkable ever since Paul “Triple H” Levesque and his new creative regime took over control and ushered WWE into a new era.

According to WrestleTix, WWE’s recent live event numbers are going up by the day. The upcoming edition of SmackDown from Desert Diamond Arena in Glendale, AZ, which will feature the appearance of The Rock, will have sold-out arena with 11,457 tickets.

The blue brand attracted 12,325 members of the WWE Universe last time they held the show in that venue with 718 tickets currently out for resale. This would mark the 4th straight week that WWE sells out their prime shows.


Moreover, the following episode of RAW would likely follow the sell-out suit as there are only 1000 tickets left and the sell-out streak can also continue for WWE’s flagship brand.

The following editions of RAW and SmackDown will serve as fallout from WWE’s recent PLE, Elimination Chamber, so it would be interesting to see the next chapter on WWE’s television programming unfold on the road to WrestleMania 40.

Do you think the new WWE regime is responsible for the live event business skyrocketing? Sound off in the comments!

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