WrestleMania Rumored To Sell 120,000 Tickets

It was recently announced by UFC President Dana White that UFC will be holding an event in Jacksonville without any restrictions to crowd capacity. WWE recently removed the sale dates for their tickets for WrestleMania 37, which has made fans start wondering.



On the latest edition of Wrestling Observer Radio, it was speculated that Vince McMahon could be trying to sell even more tickets than initially expected for WrestleMania 37. It is very likely WWE removed the tickets as they want to change something or the other.

Obviously, they pulled all ticket sales because they’re going to make a change. I don’t know if that means less or more. I don’t know which one it means, but it’s still outdoors and outdoors is a lot safer.”

“We’ll have to see if Vince is gonna go for the full stadium. The plan was 45,000 seats, but that changed obviously because they didn’t put tickets on sale.”

While the main reason for WWE removing the tickets for WrestleMania is not known as of yet, it is likely the reason will be revealed soon enough. It was earlier noted WWE planned on having close to 50,000 fans in attendance. We certainly wonder whether Vince McMahon plans on completely filling out Raymond James Stadium, as Meltzer says is possible. This would mean 60,000 tickets sold per night for a total of 120,000.

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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