An announcement was previously made by All Elite Wrestling that they will return to live touring this July with three Dynamite tapings, which starts on July 7th, when the promotion will run Dynamite from inside the James L. Knight Center in Miami, then on July 14th, they will be running Dynamite from the H-E-B Center in Cedar Park, Texas, and finally on July 21st, Dynamite will take place from the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas.
Tickets for these three shows are currently on sale, with the belief that since the Double or Nothing Event saw a jam-packed and loud audience it would result in the ticket sales for these upcoming shows to increase, but that has not been the case so far. Dave Meltzer mentioned on a recent edition of the Wrestling Observer Radio Program that the tickets for these upcoming Dynamite shows have been selling at the same rate as prior to the Double or Nothing Event.
AEW will be having a fourth show this July set to take place on Wednesday, July 28th at the Bojangles Coliseum in Charlotte, North Carolina and ticket for the show are set to go on sale this Friday, June 11th at 10AM ET.
WWE also announced that they will return to live touring this July starting with SmackDown on July 16 in Houston, Texas, then the Money in the Bank PPV on July 18 in Fort Worth, Texas, and RAW on July 19 in Dallas, Texas. Tickets for these three shows went on sale in late May, which Dave Meltzer revealed that the SmackDown show in Houston, Texas initially sold out, but a few portions of the arena was not opened. This would lead to the WWE opening up more seats for the show, which would result in the show no longer being sold out. Meltzer also noted that SmackDown is expected to do well, although it might not be a complete sell out.
It was also noted that the Money in the Bank PPV in Fort Worth, Texas is close to selling out and WWE is opening up more seats for the RAW show in Dallas, Texas, which Dave Meltzer noted that the tickets for the show are moving slower than usual for a RAW in that city.
Three more dates was announced by the WWE with SmackDown in Cleveland, Ohio on July 23, RAW in Kansas City, Missouri on July 26 and SmackDown in Minneapolis, Minnesota on July 30. Dave Meltzer noted that ticket sales for these shows have not been so good at all. Dave Meltzer also revealed that the ticket sales for the RAW show in Kansas City has been real bad, and the SmackDown show in Cleveland has been average.