As of late, there have been a lot of reports that the attendance on All Elite Wrestling’s Dynamite for the past number of weeks has been suffering pretty bad, has been declining and on a downward spiral.
According to Dave Meltzer on a recent edition of The Wrestling Observer Radio Program. AEW was able to sell about 800 tickets fewer than WWE did for this past Monday night’s episode of RAW from the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina.
Meltzer also noted that ticket sales aren’t going well for AEW’s Dynamite Anniversary Show set to take place on Wednesday, January 8th from the Greater Memphis area of Southaven, MS at Landers Center.
Tickets for that show went on sale on November 8th. Meltzer did mention, however, that the January 1st episode of Dynamite set to take place from Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida is selling quite well and the arena will likely be full.
You can check out the photos below of the pretty bad attendance this past Wednesday night’s episode of Dynamite had:
Chicago is the only place AEW draws that’s why. Haven’t had a sellout since oct 9th. Thank the scalpers first the early sales. After they couldn’t push the tickets they stopped buying. Next week tickets are selling horribly and tonight’s attendance is empty too pic.twitter.com/YZSRQr677P— Jones143 (@MikeJ0nesssssss) December 12, 2019
Sucks that the attendance is getting down to TNA level tho pic.twitter.com/dmjbqimqfD— Ted E. (@tedwards_) December 12, 2019