AEW presented one of its biggest and most highly anticipated shows in the history of the company tonight, AEW Big Business taking place at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.

The show was highlighted by the long pending arrival of Mercedes Mone, which can be termed the worst-kept secret by Tony Khan and crew who had been teasing it ever since the show was announced last month.

Mone herself had dropped evident hints regarding her signing and eventual debut that happened on tonight’s edition of AEW Big Business.

Furthermore, it was reported by wrestling journalist Dave Meltzer that AEW Big Business did a gate of $345,660 with 9,306 tickets distributed for the show. Moreover, succeeding information in regards to the ticket distribution for the event was released by WrestleTix on their X.

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“Multiple sources have confirmed that AEW Big Bu$iness has distributed 9,400+ tickets tonight. This would mean that any section I’ve partially credited (including several upper decks and sections on the hard cam side) would be fully distributed. As a general rule, if I don’t see a section fully open, I only credit it for the amount I observe until the Final Count, where I can assess its occupancy with your assistance (from pictures). I’ve also seen the reported gate number, which, when calculated, implies a much lower than usual average ticket price. This, in turn, suggests that complimentary tickets (comps) were likely distributed in the sections I previously partially credited.”

With Tony Khan signing one of the biggest wrestling stars in the world, Mercedes Mone, AEW can surely expect to fill more arenas for their shows in 2024 as the CEO has officially become All Elite.

What are your thoughts on AEW Big Business’ ticket sales revealed? Sound off in the comments!

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