AEW Ticket Sales Update, Tay Conti Reveals Why Her WWE Release Was Denied
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AEW Ticket Sales Update
Dave revealed that Double or Nothing is very close to selling out. The event will be running at 100% capacity.
As far as the upcoming Dynamite shows, it was said that the show in Miami will sell out quickly as only 1,250 seats are being sold. The show in Cedar Park, TX is close to being sold out as only about 1,000 tickets are left for sale.
Tay Conti Reveals Why Her WWE Release Was Denied
She said, “I remember they told me, ‘No, you’re not gonna go to AEW. ‘We put a lot of money on you. You are star blah, blah, blah.’ I’m like, ‘Yes, you guys don’t use me here. So I gotta go somewhere, but it’s not there. I know nobody there. I have no plans to go to AEW.’ I had no plans because I had no contacts at all. At end of the day, we figured it out. They said, no, and I still had two years in my contract. And I was like, well, what I’m gonna do. I’m gonna be here. They told me, ‘Okay, you can be at home. We’re going to pay you. You can be at home.’ I’m like, ‘No, because I know everybody’s going to forget about me, and I won’t be able to work.’ And I was like, no, it’s okay. I’m going to make it two more years.”
However, plans changed with the COVID-19 pandemic. She said, “I was back to work normally. Out of nowhere, they called me because of — I mean, not out of nowhere. Everybody knew was what was going on because of COVID, but I was not expecting the call since we were okay. They told me ‘we are finally letting you go’ not in a really good, I don’t how to explain it without being too mean, they’re not too nice.”
Thanks to Wrestling Inc. for providing transcriptions.