All Elite Wrestling has been riding a wave of momentum and they have been on an upward trajectory and they have even been making a name for themselves ever since the company was established back in 2019. Since then, All Elite Wrestling has been breaking records, beating WWE NXT and WWE RAW in the ratings and they have even signed top calibre stars such as CM Punk, Adam Cole, Bryan Danielson and Ruby Soho and they have even had the biggest shows in pro wrestling history such as the All Out PPV Event.
AEW is preparing to have what many consider to be their biggest show to date next Wednesday for their Grand Slam episode of Dynamite as the show will take place from the Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens and the venue can reportedly hold a total of 23,771 fans in attendance. According to PWInsider.com, since next week’s Dynamite is believed to be the promotion’s biggest show to date as this will be a massive milestone for AEW, with this being the promotion’s NYC debut and the belief is that AEW will have the largest crowd in company history, the AEW locker room morale is very high and every person in the AEW locker room wants to be on the Grand Slam card.
It was also noted that talents in AEW believe that the crowd attending next week’s Grand Slam episode of Dynamite will surpass WWE’s recent return to Madison Square Garden for Super SmackDown by at least 4-5,000 fans. It was announced that WWE Super SmackDown had a total of 14,425 fans in attendance, but the actual number of fans was reportedly closer to 13,000 fans. As previously mentioned, the capacity of Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens, New York is 23,771, but the capacity set for next week’s Grand Slam episode of Dynamite will be 18,692 and as reported by WrestleTix several days back, the promotion has already sold more than 18,000 tickets.