AEW is on track for another sell-out success with its upcoming pay-per-view event, Dynasty, following the resounding triumph of Revolution earlier this month.

Scheduled to take place at the Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis, MO, on Sunday, April 21, Dynasty marks the inaugural event as AEW continues to expand its annual event calendar.

The promotion has already announced the first match for the show, pitting Bryan Danielson against Will Ospreay. Additionally, AEW has been teasing several other high-profile matchups, including AEW World Heavyweight Champion Samoa Joe versus Swerve Strickland, Kazuchika Okada facing Pac for the Continental Title, Mercedes Mone squaring off against TBS Champion Julia Hart or Willow Nightingale, Toni Storm defending the Women’s Title against Thunder Rosa, and The Acclaimed & Billy Gunn taking on Jay White & Gunn Brothers for the Trios Title. Furthermore, the event will feature the finals of the Tag Team Title Tournament, culminating in the crowning of new champions.

According to WrestleTix, a reliable source for tracking ticket sales, the show has already sold 5,321 tickets, leaving only 783 remaining out of the current set-up of 6,104. This significant turnout is especially notable considering that AEW’s previous event, a January 20th Collision episode, drew 3,109 fans.

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As anticipation builds for Dynasty, it’s possible that more tickets will be released as the venue capacity is adjusted. AEW’s previous highest-attended show at the venue occurred in November 2021 for a Rampage episode, which attracted 5,333 fans. With the impressive ticket sales for Dynasty, AEW continues to solidify its position as a major player in the wrestling industry.

What are your predictions for AEW’s upcoming pay-per-view event, Dynasty, based on the announced matches and the promotion’s recent successes? Are there any matchups you’re particularly excited about? Share your thoughts and expectations for the event in the comments below!

Steve Carrier

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