WWE’s recent non-televised shows have recorded impressive sales numbers. Despite the absence of superstars like Sami Zayn and Roman Reigns, WWE attracted almost 10,000 fans to a house show in Denver, Colorado.
This is a significant figure for a non-televised show, and it underscores the company’s recent success on both television and in live events.
— WWE (@WWE) March 27, 2023
Under the leadership of Triple H, who has taken over creative control since Vince McMahon’s departure, WWE has experienced a significant shift in both its public image and its financial performance.
According to WrestleTix The recent show in Denver is a testament to this progress, with more than 9,000 fans turning out to see Raw and SmackDown superstars perform.
Wrestling Observer journalist Dave Meltzer commented on the impressive attendance figures in a recent radio program, highlighting that WWE’s business is very strong right now.
He noted that the company had sold over 9,000 tickets for a non-televised show and that this was a significant accomplishment, given the recent challenges the company has faced in filling stadiums.
Despite the absence of several top-tier superstars, WWE still managed to draw a sizable crowd, and Meltzer praised the company for its ability to consistently attract fans to its events.
He noted that WWE had struggled to fill stadiums in the past, but that recent attendance figures suggest that the company is turning a corner and enjoying renewed success.
With another non-televised show scheduled for tonight in Phoenix, Arizona, WWE is poised to continue its recent winning streak. The company has already sold over 10,000 seats for the event and is on the verge of a sold-out show.
That's pretty wild. I was at the RAW taping in Denver last year and they did like 5500. And then they do 9000 for a house show. That's wild, WWE is on a roll right now https://t.co/1GQcoo7cpV
— Raj Giri (@TheRajGiri) March 27, 2023
As WWE continues to build momentum, fans can expect to see more exciting matches and events in the coming months.