The upcoming AEW Double Or Nothing pay-per-view at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada has officially set the record for the largest North American non-WWE gate in history.
According to the newest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Double Or Nothing has sold 12,939 tickets and has made a total gate of $1,145,000 thus far. There are only 585 tickets left to be sold, despite the event being well over two months away still. The previous record holder was the New Japan Pro Wrestling and Ring Of Honor joint show at Madison Square Garden that took place in April 2019. That show reportedly brought in a gate of $1,100,000.
The pay-per-view, which is set for 5/29, will be the first time that AEW has been to Las Vegas since their inaugural Double Or Nothing event in May 2019. That show was held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena and had a reported attendance of 11,000. Following the 5/29 show, AEW is set to hold events in California for the first time ever.
Meanwhile in 2021, AEW's Grand Slam Dynamite from Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing, New York set the record for the highest attended non-WWE event since the January 4th, 1999 episode of WCW Nitro that took place at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia.
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