The Wrestling Observer Newsletter has released the updated ticket sale figures for some upcoming WWE events, including Survivor Series: WarGames 2023 which takes place next weekend and currently has 16,315 tickets out, with only 903 left.
Tonight’s SmackDown in Evansville, IN has 5,045 tickets out.
A live event in Canton, OH on November 18 has 3,582 tickets out. A live event that same night in Tupelo, MS has 2,515 tickets out.
A live event in Saginaw, MI on November 19 has 2,944 tickets out. A live event that same night in Jonesboro, AR has 2,568 tickets out.
RAW on November 20 in Grand Rapids has 6,497 tickets out.
SmackDown in Chicago on November 24 has 15,593 tickets out.
RAW in Nashville on November 27 has 7,895 tickets out.
SmackDown in Brooklyn on December 1 has 8,432 tickets out.
A live event in Bangor, ME on December 2 has 3,488 tickets out. A live event that same night in Allentown has 4,345 tickets out.
A live event in Portland, ME on December 3 has 2,633 tickets out. A live event that same night in Newark, DE has 2,309 tickets out.
RAW in Albany on December 4 has 4,240 tickets out.
SmackDown in Providence on December 8 has 6,299 tickets out.
NXT Deadline in Bridgeport on December 9 has 1,987 tickets out.
A live event in Utica, NY on December 9 has 2,615 tickets out.
A live event in State College, PA on December 10 has 1,902 tickets out.
RAW in Cleveland on December 11 has 5,210 tickets out.
SmackDown in Green Bay on December 15 has 4,807 tickets out.
A live event in Moline, IL on December 16 has 2,540 tickets out.
A live event in Rochester, NM on December 17 has 2,236 tickets out.
RAW in Des Moines on December 18 has 4,044 tickets out.
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The Wrestling Observer Newsletter has recently released updated ticket sale figures for several upcoming WWE events. One of the most anticipated events is Survivor Series: WarGames 2023, which is scheduled to take place next weekend. As of now, there are only 903 tickets left out of the total 16,315 tickets available for the event. This indicates a high demand for the event, and fans are advised to secure their tickets as soon as possible.
In addition to Survivor Series: WarGames, there are several other WWE events happening in different cities across the United States. Tonight’s SmackDown in Evansville, IN has already sold 5,045 tickets. This shows a strong fan base in the area and suggests that the event will be well-attended.
Other live events scheduled for November include shows in Canton, OH (3,582 tickets sold), Tupelo, MS (2,515 tickets sold), Saginaw, MI (2,944 tickets sold), and Jonesboro, AR (2,568 tickets sold). These numbers demonstrate the popularity of WWE events in various cities and the enthusiasm of fans to witness their favorite wrestlers in action.
Moving into December, there are more exciting events lined up. RAW in Grand Rapids on November 20 has already sold 6,497 tickets, while SmackDown in Chicago on November 24 has an impressive 15,593 tickets sold. These numbers indicate the immense popularity of WWE programming and the strong following it has among wrestling enthusiasts.
Other notable events in December include RAW in Nashville (7,895 tickets sold), SmackDown in Brooklyn (8,432 tickets sold), and NXT Deadline in Bridgeport (1,987 tickets sold). These events showcase the wide range of WWE programming available to fans and the diverse locations where they are held.
It is evident from these ticket sale figures that WWE events continue to attract a large audience and maintain a dedicated fan base. Whether it’s the high-stakes matches at Survivor Series: WarGames or the electrifying atmosphere at live events, WWE consistently delivers thrilling entertainment to wrestling fans across the country.
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