Dynamite: Big Business stands just shy of 6,000 tickets sold so far

A full week since it went on general public sale, the AEW Dynamite: Big Business show at the TD Garden in Boston is just shy of 6,000 tickets sold for what will be Mercedes Mone’s debut with the company according to @WrestleTix.

Apart from Revolution where nearly 16,000 tickets have been sold, this will be AEW’s highest-attended television show of the year so far, with other Dynamite and Collision struggling to go past 3,000 on most weeks.

The TD Garden setup has been expanded to around 6,800 seats and the company still has a month to go to move more tickets. The last time AEW was at the TD Garden was for Blood & Guts and had almost 10,000 fans.

AEW’s return to Toronto, Adam Copeland’s hometown, for March 20 is standing at 3,200 tickets although the May 11 episode of Collision in Vancouver did surpass 5,000 tickets, a rarity now for AEW live events.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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