All Elite Wrestling continued to run shows each and every week despite there being a grave threat of the COVID-19 pandemic. AEW has been having their shows from Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida in recent months and they have reportedly been struggling in ticket sales. The company has only made 500 tickets available for fans to buy for their Dynamite shows.
That will reportedly not be the case for the “Winter Is Coming” episode of Dynamite this Wednesday as the promotion has increased the total number of tickets they have made available for fans to buy from 500 to 650.
Dave Meltzer noted in a recent edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that the 650 total number of tickets that were initially made available for fans to buy sold out almost immediately and that is why the promotion once again increased the total number of tickets available for fans to buy to 1000.
As of this writing, there are still a total of 156 tickets left and according to Meltzer, this is the largest paid event in AEW since the pandemic began, even topping Full Gear.
This Wednesday’s episode of AEW Dynamite will see AEW World Champion Jon Moxley defend his AEW World Title against Kenny Omega in the main event of the evening as well as a Dynamite Diamond Battle Royale and a big Tag Team Match featuring TNT Champion Darby Allin and Cody vs. Ricky Starks and Will Hobbs.