With WrestleMania 39 fast approaching, staggering statistics regarding the ticket sale success have just dropped. Find out more!
According to Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics (who also cites WrestleTix on Twitter)
This year's Wrestlemania has now surpassed last year's Wrestlemania in terms of tickets distributed as estimated by @WrestleTix analysis of ticket maps.— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) March 31, 2023
Both nights combined:
Last year: 130,166
This year (so far): 131,807
See last 2 RTs.
With staggering ticket sales figures, it is no doubt pleasing for potential buyers of WWE to hear.
As continued discussion of WWE exploring strategic alternatives after WrestleMania 39, many interested eyes are set to be fixed on Los Angeles in anticipation of this weekend’s big events.
WrestleMania Saturday actually kicks off on Saturday morning April 1 as the NXT premium live event, NXT Stand & Deliver at 10am PST/1PM EST on Peacock.
WrestleMania 39 officially begins on Saturday night as the first of the two night extravaganza on Peacock kicks off with a big match featuring a big name.
The opening match of the night will see John Cena take on Austin Theory for the United States Championship.
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