WWE is a dominant force in professional wrestling, enjoying unparalleled business success and influence in the industry worldwide. However, their remarkable streak of selling out venues has come to an end following this week’s episode of RAW. This marks a rare occurrence for the company, which consistently attracts large audiences to its events.

WWE’s touring business is flourishing, and the positive trend is likely to persist as the company approaches a notable milestone. Over the past year and a half, WWE has experienced improvements in morale, booking, live attendance, and various other metrics. This success follows Triple H taking over main roster creative control from Vince McMahon after the 2022 hush money scandal. Triple H’s leadership has contributed to the company’s current upward trajectory and overall success.

The company had managed to sell out venues for several straight weeks, with last week’s SmackDown being their 18th week of selling out a show. However, as pointed out by WrestleTix on Twitter, WWE RAW at the Centre Bell, Montreal, Canada managed to sell 11,837 tickets out of a total of 12,189 as 352 tickets remained unsold.

Therefore, WWE’s remarkable streak of selling out venues for many weeks has finally concluded, which has disappointed some fans. However, this does not imply that WWE has lost any of its appeal; the company remains as popular and successful as ever. We’ll have to see if WWE will begin yet another streak of selling out venues again this year.


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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet, a professional wrestling fan for over 20+ years, found his passion during the Monday Night Wars. With expertise honed over decades and a broad spectrum of interests including TV, movies, anime, novels, and music, he offers insightful analysis and coverage. Respected in the industry, Subhojeet keeps fans informed and engaged with his knowledge and perspective.

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